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RANKING. In Scotland this term is used to signify the order in which the debts of a bankrupt ought to be paid.

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The goal of ASR Page Ranking Technology is to rank websites higher in the search engine results pages (SERP) where there are active people behind and supporting those websites.
Through a blend of ethical search engine optimisation techniques, Weblinx provide clients with tailored, effective industry media coverage that produces results and improves website page rankings.
The site also boasts many first page rankings that increase daily.
In fact, millions of online transactions begin with search every single week, and first page rankings reap over 93 percent of those transactions.
Search Engine Optimization--Podango's site structure and built-in search engine optimization help Station Directors aggregate textual content for Podcast Stations and format it so that search engine spiders give higher page rankings.
One SEO Company uses ethical organic search engine optimization strategies to improve your page rankings.
Beyond understanding what aspects are most important to achieve first page rankings on the major search engines, SEMLogic(TM), in essence, serves as a rearview mirror for companies already ranking in the top ten allowing them to stay ahead of their shifting, competitive landscape," stated Scott Gardner, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
2020-SEO has come up with a new "guaranteed seo" service that guarantees top page rankings on Google, Yahoo, or Bing before clients pay anything.
InsureMe, which pioneered online insurance shopping, is using search technology to achieve higher page rankings in search engine results -- amplifying their presence among online insurance shoppers nationwide.
Experts agree that the average searcher spends less than seven seconds looking at the search results before making a click decision, putting the pressure on businesses to achieve and maintain high page rankings.