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Of 86,900,000 hits in Google for "technical editing," I come up 28th on the
list. I assure you, and Bank of America can assure you as well, that this
"ranking" does not pass the reality test. I look at my site's stats and
there's just not the traffic on it to justify such a ranking.
> .com] On Behalf Of Peter Lewicke
> Sent: Friday, May 05, 2006 3:50 PM
> I don't claim to be an expert in SEO, but different
> search engines rank sites in different ways. The only
> way that I know works for getting a high listing is to
> have something that is extremely obscure, so that your
> site will be one of very few that will use that word,
> but that doesn't help, because very few people will
> search using that term.
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