One Result at a Time

Jun 24, 2004 - 8:22 pm 0 by
Filed Under Google

Alright, so you want to always be the first result on Google and Teoma? Ok, no problem. For Google add &num=1 to the end of the URL and then click to your placement. You'll be the first result on the page (your ranking can be 1000) for that keyword.

According to DigitalPoint's Shawn Hogan, this comes in handy to see what Google really determines as #1 and #2 placement. For example, a normal search on Search Engine Roundtable brings up two matches for www.seroundtable.com, one at the 1st position and the other indented at the 2nd position. But when you do a search in single mode for Search Engine Roundtable, you see the first result and then you click to page 2 which has the second result. The true second result is not from www.seroundtable.com but rather from www.highrankings.com.

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And for Teoma you add &u=1 to the end of the URL.

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