This is what you creative types do 'naturally' ... that is, you construct your web spaces with intuitive processes that can not be quantified. When you read about SEO Theory, you say to yourselves 'I do that already!' Yet, it is good to look into optimization, and see your own machinations as they move through servers.
This article helps one to feel justified in his or her zeal to create on the internet.
" ... The buildup and falloff in queries, content, and links defines a wave-like pattern if you graph it. The queries start first. The content starts second. The links start third. Content and links tend to peak after queries peak. Links tend to peak before content peaks (I think because late-comers create content that doesn’t generate any buzz or interest among other content creators). (October 30, 2007. By Michael Martinez. HERE) ... "The Theorem of Query Space Optimization | SEO Theory:
EXCERPT | " ... You don’t have to know what the average amount of traffic is for all query spaces. You only need to know what a query space’s average traffic was for the past two years. If you see a decline in traffic then you know the query space is degenerating. If you see peaks and valleys where the peaks seem to about the same you’re looking at a mature query space that is still productive. If you see an increase in traffic over the past two years then you’re looking at a young query space.
" ... A query space is coherent as long as it produces relevant results. A query space’s coherence degenerates as traffic declines and/or as relevant content declines. That is, spam can kill a query space by making the query space less useful or productive for searchers.
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" ... Hence, the Theorem of Query Space Optimization tells us that queries remain productive only as long as there is search interest in them, and only as long as relevant content is promoted for those query spaces. In other words, a query space exists only as long as there is interesting content populating the query space, which means that a query space can actually become self-sustaining if and only if the query space produces continually new and interesting content.
" ... In short, creativity is king. (HERE) ..."