One of the interesting things that factor into getting a site ranked is the age of the site. Typically, Google will not rank any new site for six to twelve months. I believe Yahoo is also about the same time frame. So, keeping the time factor in mind, a start up business would need to realize that their website might take up to a year to really notice a significant jump in any kind of traffic. After this time frame, SEO would be a major advantage to increasing traffic and ranking even more. Personally, I get discouraged and don't return to a site where I encounter "under construction" - therefore, I would recommend a start-up website working out the bugs early, even if the traffic might not become real noticeable for about a year or so. Explain© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 1, 2020, 11:06 pm ad1c9bdddf
Actually, Google and Yahoo use different metrics. Nobody is quite sure how a site is ranked on either, however I noticed that when I was in the startup phase I ranked fairly high on Yahoo (I'm in a niche market), yet was nowhere to be found on Google. I think ...
The solution contains a short response and commentary, with some helpful tips on how to improve website ranking, and what some of the metrics behind it are.