As any well informed SOE professional above tier 3 knows, until very recently, the key to getting a good rank from the Googler was to have fully optimal content that has a keyword destiny of precisely 16.7% and includes a demonstrable range of high quality interaction eigenvectors. Unfortunately, this has now changed, and with the launch of the new upgraded iGoogler2, a lot of so called SOE experts have found themselves trapped on page 7 or 8 of the search results.
I was one of just 13 people who were invited to an exclusive launch event at an exclusive restaurant serving contemporary American Cuisine close to the fabled Google Castle in America where we were shown the astonishing new iGoogler2 in all of it’s glory.
Here it is:
With a 60% bigger brayne installed in the iGoogler2, it has been possible for google to reduce the specific keyword density of pages ranked at number 1 from 16.7% to just 15% – That’s a 10% improvement!
Thanks to some heavy dieting, and having bits cut off, the new version is some 23.4% thinner than the outgoing model. This has some serious implications for web masters and mistresses. Previously, the chubbiness of the Googler meant that it could only handle the low frequency interaction eigenvectors. Being smaller means that the new version is able to also simultaneously calculate PageRanks using latent semantics too!
Another major upgrade to the iGoogler 2 is the addition of better vision. This means that it can find smaller images than before and show them to users. It also means that previously useful techniques of hiding additional text by making it 6pt in size or having it the same colour as the back ground will no longer be as successful – unless your pages are green.
The full implications of the new iGoogler2 are yet to become apparent, but many of the top SOE specialists in the world will be scrambling to uncover its many secrets.