I am always on the look out for information when I go out to eat or meet with friends. My nose is an information scent, and knowing that I am on the right path is my reward.
The first of the two “sensations” that we will consider is the information scent. The second “sensory experience” is the experience that the skin on the back of the head (and neck) of the target (or the backside of the head) contains.
Information scents are a fairly recent addition to our arsenal at the top of the search engine results. They are typically seen in a blue color that allows you to see them through the search page for a certain number of times. In the past they were often the most important factor in ranking for search results. This is no longer the case, however. According to a study by the Moz team, if you have a blue information scent, the website with the highest ranking also has the blue information scent.
The new algorithm for page rank has changed the way the search engine works. Now, pages with a blue information scent can get more clicks because there is a high probability that blue info also contains the user’s search query. This means that blue pages are also more likely to contain highly relevant content, which helps them garner the search engine’s trust.
The Moz team has also found that the blue information scent is strongly correlated with how quickly a site gets discovered by search engines. So if your website gets discovered with a blue information scent, you’re likely to see that same sort of trend in the search engines.
In the case of our own site, Blue Info Search Sensi is a combination of two factors. The first is content search, and the second is the time that it takes our visitors to discover a site. For example, if the first section of our site contains very little content, and the second section contains very little content, then the search engines will not find it. But if it contains a lot of content in both sections then the search engines will find it.
The search engines are working on a solution to this problem, and it’s called ‘information scent.’ It’s essentially a little algorithm that uses a mixture of factors to determine whether a site should be indexed in search engines. For example, if you are a site that has a lot of great content, but the content is so valuable it takes too long for your visitors to discover it, then search engines don’t want to index it.
What this means is that the search engines will be a lot more willing to index sites with a lot of great content and a lot of high traffic. When you have to go a little bit out of your way to find good content, then you can expect the search engines to be a lot more willing to see it.
This is why I like to have all of my articles sit in a folder on my computer that is labeled with a nice smell. The scent that I use is the same one I use for all of my websites. The one I use to smell good is the same one that I use for my videos. When I put them all in one folder, I can just go to the folder, open the smell file, and smell it. That’s how I know I have a killer website.
If you’re not familiar with the smell itself, I first learned it from the legendary, cult film, ‘The Usual Suspects.’ For those of you who have never seen the film, the scene is set in a small city in California. The movie was shot in a real train, the ‘Golden State Killer’ was actually on the same train.