Quotehound is a new service that automatically connects users with quotes from famous and thought-provoking people. The quotes are written in a conversational style with the author’s voice, and the quotes are all completely independent of each other. Quotes are automatically categorized by topic and are ranked based on the level of self-awareness of the author. The quotes are also ranked by the number of quotes found within that topic.
The service is also being marketed as a way to “get around spam filters” and boost traffic to sites with a lot of traffic, like Wikipedia. Although I wouldn’t go as far as to say that the service is a scam, because the people behind it don’t seem to have the best intentions. They’re trying to leverage that massive amount of traffic they can create to help out Wikipedia in some way.
According to the people behind quotehound, the idea behind it is to make sure that search engines don’t get overloaded and to increase the traffic and authority of Wikipedia. The service takes the quotes from your web pages and analyzes them for keywords and then rates the page accordingly. The results are displayed in a page-by-page ranking, as in the quote system, where the better a page is ranked, the more traffic and authority it will bring.
Quotehound looks pretty cool. It’s one of the more useful features that Wikipedia has, and it seems like someone somewhere at Wikipedia is actually getting a lot of traffic and authority from this service. If you like quotes, you might also like quotehound.
I like quotes, and it’s an excellent way to get traffic to your site.
Quotes are one of the most important aspects to any website’s SEO and ranking. If your website isn’t doing any SEO, its going to be pretty hard to get traffic and authority, because the page you’re creating (and the site itself) don’t have any link to your backlinks. A page with thousands of backlinks is going to be more likely to get ranked in search results than one with only one.
We were really pleased to see the quotehound site on the first page on this list, but we were quite surprised at the traffic that quotehound generated. As a matter of fact, we were pretty upset when we found out that it generated over 8,000 search results for our website, but we werent too mad because it was still an important ranking factor for us.
The reason quotehound generated traffic is that the site is a “fuzzy” link aggregator. The name itself implies that this is a link farm, but the site actually uses a combination of fuzzy and fuzzy. Fuzzy is a technique used to determine which websites to link to in order to give more authority to a page. Fuzzy links are based on which websites have the most backlinks. In the quotehound case they had over 8,000 backlinks.
The reason quotehound is a ranking factor is because it has the most links, so it has the most chance of ranking. That’s why the site is ranking on Google, Bing, and Yahoo. It’s the best of all the search engines, but it’s not the only one.
A little analysis by our own personal experience shows that there is a very large effect when your backlinks are indexed. In fact, it’s the only ranking factor that we can see that we can’t see. The reason is that this is a lot more of a ranking factor than a ranking engine that’s simply looking to rank a page.