> Google in a nutshell:
> Now this is just for fun, but in my experience it's about right.
> Formula: Number of quality pages you have PLUS the number of inbound
> links you have EQUALS the number of visits you will get each day.
> Therefore, if you have one page and no links. You will get one visit a
> day, only you.
> If you have 500 inbound links and 500 pages you will get 1000 unique
> visits a day.
> These are just links not the links google dislays. I think google
> will display 10% in their "tool bar/link:" you set up.
> It's all relative because of competitiveness of keywords etc, and this
> is a simplification. But when building a site this is what I think in
> terms of because its motivation. Each page or link means one more
> visitor a day.
Google in a nutshell? (Potentially) Millions of lines of code expressed by
an elementary school x + y = z equation? I think not.
You will not need much expanation to disprove this 'theory', but here are a
few key examples to consider:
-Forum sites != intranets != businesses
-PR8 sites with only few high-impact links != PR0 sites with negligible
-Usenet archive sites with thousands of pages != Selected code/design
Roy S. Schestowitz