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Want to Know Which Sites Have the Most Google Juice? Click Here
So I’ve been thinking a lot about anchor text lately (sorry, did I admit that?), and it occurred to me that the word that is probably used as anchor text more than any other is “here.” As in, click here.
Being the creature of logic that I am, I quickly came to the brilliant conclusion that the way to find out what domains have real Google juice is to run a search for the word “here” and see what domains come out on top.
Here were the top 20 results:
Lots of tech sites, Web tools and — surprise — some mapping and travel-related sites, too.
Yes, this is what I do in my spare time. Buh-bye.
What’s the Most Important Web Site on Earth? According to Google, It’s Google.com
Most of the billions of Web sites out there today have a site map, labeled as such. So if you run a search on the term “site map” in Google, you should get a fairly decent indication of which sites Google thinks are most important, shouldn’t you?
Here are the 25 organizations whose Web sites come up first in a “site map” search:
4. CNN Money
7. The Seattle Times
8. The Chronicle of Higher Education
9. The New York Times
10. Internal Revenue Service
13. The White House
14. U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services
15. Austin American-Statesman
16. U.S. Dept. of Defense
17. The Washington Post
18. U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs
21. The Arizona Republic
23. International Monetary Fund
24. U.S. National Library of Medicine
25. Los Angeles Times
Whaddya know? Google thinks it’s important. Of course, we’ve demonstrated this before.