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I am looking for a site on Stack Exchange in which I can ask questions about Google's algorithm.

I am interested in knowing what makes a Google search result (website, link, photo, video, news article, etc.) more prominent or less prominent in a search, and what "Online Reputation Management" websites use in order to "suppress" certain results and make them less prominent in the search.

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    Could you edit your question to include the question you want to ask? The nuances of your question could mean the sites we recommend could vary. – Spevacus Mar 17 at 22:50
  • Yes, I am interested in knowing what makes a Google search result (website, link, photo, video, news article, etc.) more prominent or less prominent in a search, and what "Online Reputation Management" websites use in order to "suppress" certain results and make them less prominent in the search. thanks. – Jack Peterson Mar 17 at 23:44
  • The duplicate question currently doesn't answer this question (webmasters is not included in the answer). Someone would have to edit it in first. – Trilarion Mar 18 at 10:38
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ProWebmasters has over 2900 results for the tag google-analytics, 750 results for googlebot, almost 470 for google-index, over 190 results for google-ranking, and over 1600 results for google-search, etc. SEO is on-topic.

Tag Usage:

  • Google Analytics is a free web analytics solution provided by Google, featuring several client-side APIs, as well as REST APIs for Data Export and for Management.

  • Googlebot is the bot software that Google uses to crawl over 20 billion pages each day, the data obtained during a crawl is then analyzed and ranked on Google Search.

  • Google Index is for all web resources crawled by Google bots and recorded in Google databases.

  • Google rankings is the position of a web site or a web page in Google results.

  • The tag excerpt for google-search is not filled out, check other earliest questions to learn when it's best to apply it.

Google's custom search has a help page available.

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