SEOs: Large Web Sites Rank Better In Google

Sep 27, 2013 - 8:12 am 17 by

site size seo pollA few months ago, we ran a poll asking our audience if they believe that the site of a site matters when it comes to ranking in Google. In short, do larger sites rank better than smaller sites?

After almost 400 responses, I wanted to share the results.

Overall, 57% said that larger sites do rank better in Google. Only 9% said that smaller sites rank better in Google. While, 34% said that site size has no impact on Google rankings.

Honestly, I am upset that 34% isn't more like 65% and that 57% isn't more like 15% or so. But I am not surprised by the results.

Disclaimer: Please see my poll disclaimer post before coming to any conclusions on these results.

Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.

This post was written earlier this week and scheduled to be posted today.


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