With over 50% of the search engine market Google is an important tool for any growing outreach organization. Google essentially ranks webpages in its searches according to the links directing towards it. To quote Google:
We use more than 200 signals, including our patented PageRank™ algorithm, to examine the entire link structure of the web and determine which pages are most important. We then conduct hypertext-matching analysis to determine which pages are relevant to the specific search being conducted.
To help us spread information about animal research about the web we need your help – if you have a blog or a website which deals with scientific issues (especially if you are an organization), then please put a link to us in any suitable section [such as why we use animals in research]. Please use http://www.speakingofresearch.com as the link (not .org). If you are part of a bigger organization and you do not deal directly with the website, then email your webmaster and suggest a link to us.
Presently Google searches regarding “animal research”, “animal testing” and “vivisection” are dominated by animal rights groups who do nothing to shatter the public’s misconceptions about medical research. By adding links to us we can move our way up the rankings and help promote the truth about lifesaving biomedical science.
We cannot promise to provide reverse links back to you – although if we deem your website to be suitable to the cause of promoting animal research then we will add it to the Links section of the website.