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Google Page Rank Is Dead - Part II
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=Experimental Hydrology Wiki=
  
I discussed how Google's Page Ranking System has become useless, but in the same time, many business informed entrepreneurs still give it credit and might discredit or credit your site consequently to it's rank.
 
  
In part I - Google Page List Is Dead - Or Ist It?
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I discussed how Google's Page Ranking System has become useless, but at the same time, many business experienced entrepreneurs however give it credit and might discredit or credit your website appropriately to it is rank.
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===Why do we need an Experimental Hydrology Wiki?===
  
"Let us really go in depth to simply take our 1st steps towards leaving Google's page rating behind!"
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It will help us to learn about, recommend, question and discuss new / established / basic / advanced methods of experimental hydrology.
  
If you are like 1000's of individuals on the web, you have been following site position so close for so long, it may be actually though for you to break the habit. "No routine can be completely broken, it should be replaced with another."  [http://www.linkemperor.com/seo-forum/members/8-MakoSEO commercial makoseo]
 
  
1st Step: Remove Page Ranking Out Of Your Google ToolBar
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*It will help us to avoid reinventing the wheel each time we start out measuring something we haven't measured before.
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*It will help us not to make the same mistakes others have made before us.
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*It will help us to share new ideas and concepts.
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*It will help us to find the methodology and the equipment suitable for our investigation.
  
Google may very well maybe not like me for this one but I would suggest hitting "Options" in your google toolbar, remove "Page Rank."
 
  
Congratulations, you have done it. Marketing your site has had a fresh turn, a street is ahead!!  
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All experimental hydrologists are welcome to contribute with their knowledge and experience!
  
We could now return and search online. Before we do, do not consider how a website's importance was assessed by Google's pr, rather have a good look at each site that you visit.  
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This can be done either by writing a new article or contributing to an existing article or by answering somebody's questions at the [[ExperimentalHydrologyWiki:Hydro help desk| Hydro help desk]].
  
Pay special attention to the content, structure, simplicity, and friendliness. Would you enjoy it? Why do you want it? All the way down things, pictures, designs, anything that you like from websites that you go by.
 
  
Develop a "Favorites Folder" in your browser, call it "Opportunities." In this folder, put sites that interest you, or that would interest any visitors.
 
  
Combine all these favorite things that you like to form new projects for the business. Carry ON BACK to these web methods that you loved and take a look to see if there are worthwhile opportunities for both businesses to flourish together.
 
  
Internet Marketing is never done alone, successful marketing online needs you to create your own personal "web" to catch visitors with. What better way to take action then by linking with web sites that you want.
 
  
Why should we do this?
 
[http://www.linkemperor.com/ linkempire]
 
So that you can keep away from Google's Page Ranking all together, we have to replace it with our own "web measurement system" to ascertain whether or not our company must propose, change adverts, or do business with another.
 
  
In the end, we will not be selecting websites simply because they rank well, we will finally be selecting only websites that we all personally like.
 
  
Individual sources create a better world for the readers. Keep in mind, a lot of your visitors do not know concerning the earth of Google Page Ranking and the method that you might of been hooked on it.  
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Developing A Particular Position System:
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==Creating a new article==
  
In order to personally rank sites, there are a few measurements you can take... Ask yourself these questions when browsing...  
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To write an article on a new topic (so far not included in the wiki), type the title of the article in the box below and click "Create article". You must confirm your e-mail address before creating or editing pages for the first time. Please set and validate your e-mail address through your [[Special:Preferences|user preferences]].  
  
* What's their alexa standing? or Rank from Ranking.com?
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As title please use the parameter to be measured as well as the measurement principle, eg. '''"Soil moisture - TDR"''' or '''"Water level - pressure transducer"'''.  
  
Does the website seem to be getting corresponding traffic with yours?
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If there are likely to be more than one sensor of that type please also include the name of the sensor or of the company, eg. '''"Soil moisture - TDR (name)"'''.
  
Does the site you're taking a look at have incoming links from Google in the same market as yours? Pay close awareness of who links for the sites your research.  
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Templates for articles on equipment or experimental catchments can be found here: [[:Category:Templates|Templates]].
  
* Most Important: Do you get yourself a good feeling when you visit their site?  [http://www.linkemperor.com/rank-checking keywords rank checker]
 
  
8 moments out of 10, other guests won't either, If you do not. I never suggest a website that will not feel right. 1st impressions mean far more than people think. Occasionally, the world wide web is just a sub-conscious activity and many things that individuals see make us respond to it without even knowing it. You want people to like you and trust you enough to accomplish with business with you.
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* Last but not least: Will you be happy knowing that your guests will be better off because of it and the web sites you propose have a personal touch?
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As we all be in a great rhythm online and begin putting complete personal resources on our websites, the world wide web will be a better place for all our guests.  [http://www.linkemperor.com/link-building building link service]
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==Posting questions==
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If you have a qestion you cannot find an answer to in the wiki articles or discussions, go to the [[ExperimentalHydrologyWiki:Help desk| Hydro help desk]].
  
Try and allow the greater reference sites within your area to record every thing possible, the best course of action for your company is to create some thing with your personal contact.  
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==Links to other water related wikis==
 
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*[http://water.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Water Wiki] - focussing on water resources and decision making
I hope you've liked this II part series!
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*[http://www.hydrowiki.psu.edu/ Hydro Wiki] - A new hydrology encyclopedia
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*[http://www.floodrisknet.org.uk/methods/ Uncertainty Analysis in Hydrology] - focussing on uncertainty analysis in hydrological modelling

Revision as of 10:25, 8 June 2013

Experimental Hydrology Wiki

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Raingauge.jpg
CrossingTresArroyos.jpg

Why do we need an Experimental Hydrology Wiki?

It will help us to learn about, recommend, question and discuss new / established / basic / advanced methods of experimental hydrology.


  • It will help us to avoid reinventing the wheel each time we start out measuring something we haven't measured before.
  • It will help us not to make the same mistakes others have made before us.
  • It will help us to share new ideas and concepts.
  • It will help us to find the methodology and the equipment suitable for our investigation.


All experimental hydrologists are welcome to contribute with their knowledge and experience!

This can be done either by writing a new article or contributing to an existing article or by answering somebody's questions at the Hydro help desk.





Creating a new article

To write an article on a new topic (so far not included in the wiki), type the title of the article in the box below and click "Create article". You must confirm your e-mail address before creating or editing pages for the first time. Please set and validate your e-mail address through your user preferences.

As title please use the parameter to be measured as well as the measurement principle, eg. "Soil moisture - TDR" or "Water level - pressure transducer".

If there are likely to be more than one sensor of that type please also include the name of the sensor or of the company, eg. "Soil moisture - TDR (name)".

Templates for articles on equipment or experimental catchments can be found here: Templates.




Posting questions

If you have a qestion you cannot find an answer to in the wiki articles or discussions, go to the Hydro help desk.

Links to other water related wikis