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quality linkage so quickly was that it made top Google rankings take a much longer
time to achieve.
MSN search uses clustering algorithms. Some pages and sites may rank for related
phrases that do not even occur on them. At one point in time their clustering
results for my name showed the company that sued me ranking #5, in spite of
having no relevant page copy or link anchor text.
Their search will likely evolve rapidly throughout the next couple years. You can
learn more about the MSN Search product through the following websites:
? Their blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/msnsearch
? Their site owner suggestion guidelines at
http://search.msn.com/docs/siteowner.aspx.
? Andy Edmonds and Erik Selberg discussion of MSN?s search technology
in this hour-long video:
http://blogs.msdn.com/msnsearch/archive/2005/10/22/483846.aspx.

In addition, you can get the latest news about MSN?s ad product by visiting their
adCenter blog http://blogs.msdn.com/adcenter/. Toward the end of 2006, MSN also
hopes to beta launch a contextual ad network.
Microsoft and Spam
In November of 2006, Microsoft sent some webmasters emails stating that their
websites were removed from Microsoft for off-topic link exchanges and other
forms of link spamming. Many blogspot subdomains and just about every other
form of spam is still effective in Microsoft?s results.
How to do Well in Microsoft
Spammy stuff still works great with MSN. Even a web novice can probably rank
for many semi-competitive terms in MSN within a week or two just by submitting
their site to a bunch of directories and writing articles for a bunch of article
syndication sites.
However, keep in mind that if you push too hard for MSN you may be doing so at
the expense of future Google rankings. Microsoft a long way to go to become
relevant, as indicated by their diminishing search market share.
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