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Gesponsorde koppelingen vs Zoekresultaten

Gesponsorde Koppelingen

Hieronder een mooi filmpje die duidelijk maakt dat gesponsorde koppelingen in Google geen invloed hebben op je organische rankings. Daaronder Google’s uitleg over waarom wel gesponsorde koppelingen en niet gesponsorde zoekresultaten.

Gesponsorde koppelingen door Matt Cutts [Video]

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Uitleg over verschil gesponsorde koppelingen en zoekresultaten

In a world where everything seems to be for sale, why can’t advertisers buy better position in our search results?

The answer is simple. We believe you should be able to trust what you find using Google.

It may seem odd for a search engine to speak about the integrity of its results. But like a news organization, we believe we have an obligation to present information as objectively as possible. That’s why we don’t bias our search results based on what people are willing to pay.

Google search results take into account who links to a web page as well as how relevant the content on that page is to your search. Our results reflect what the online community believes is important, not what we or our partners think you ought to see.

And while we believe relevant ads can be as useful as actual search results, we don’t want anyone to be confused about which is which.

Every ad on Google is clearly marked as a “Sponsored Link” and is set apart from the actual search results. While advertisers can pay more to beĀ displayed higher in the advertising area, no one can buy better placement in the search results themselves. Moreover, ads are only displayed if they’re relevant to the search terms you entered. That means you only see ads that are actually useful.

Some online services don’t believe the distinction between search results and advertising is all that important.

We do.

By Bart van Duinkerken

Driven and energetic consultant and developer with 8+ years of experience working on complex projects with clients across multiple business lines. Fluent in Dutch and English; Self-taught .NET developer; Skilled at bridging the gap between business and IT. Excellent at analyzing business requirements and translating them to development needs. Love working with ambitious people not scared of thinking outside of the box. Enjoy guiding and others understanding business requirements.

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