Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 31, 2006
With the rise of Google as a giant internet octopus, having the largest search engine of them all, it seems Google’s ranking guidelines have become one of the biggest mysteries lately, for at least 99% of the internet community.
The real question now is whether Google is still opened for everyone, or has it become the land of the giant websites –having huge budgets but not necessarily the best content.
Numerous small website owners, with original and qualitative content are submitting their sites to Google’s search engine each and every day, but could it be that not belonging to the “right” lucrative group can be a major barrier on the way to the “Top 10 positions”.
A new website was established for the sole purpose of revealing the facts that relies behind Google’s search engine ranking and positioning pattern.
The Search Engine Cache was built to track Google for the most requested 100,000 keywords worldwide. Every week it takes a snapshot of Google’s top 10 positions results for each of these keywords. By tracking the ranking history it can determine whether Google allows new websites to make it to the top 10 or if that prestige list is reserved by Google’s algorithms to the same old wellborn websites.
Thanks to this new and free tool, it is safe to say that with in a few weeks time we’ll all have a wider picture.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release please visit http://www.searchenginecache.com/