var mk_images_dir = "http://www.socialpatterns.com/wp-content/themes/jupiter/assets/images", mk_theme_js_path = "http://www.socialpatterns.com/wp-content/themes/jupiter/assets/js", mk_theme_dir = "http://www.socialpatterns.com/wp-content/themes/jupiter", mk_captcha_placeholder = "Enter Captcha", mk_captcha_invalid_txt = "Invalid. Try again.", mk_captcha_correct_txt = "Captcha correct.", mk_responsive_nav_width = 1020, mk_vertical_header_back = "Back", mk_vertical_header_anim = "1", mk_check_rtl = true, mk_grid_width = 1140, mk_ajax_search_option = "fullscreen_search", mk_preloader_bg_color = "#ffffff", mk_accent_color = "#76d0de", mk_go_to_top = "true", mk_smooth_scroll = "true", mk_preloader_bar_color = "#76d0de", mk_preloader_logo = ""; var mk_header_parallax = false, mk_banner_parallax = false, mk_footer_parallax = false, mk_body_parallax = false, mk_no_more_posts = "No More Posts";

Still researching this but I’ve been noticing a change in Google rankings.

More than before, pages that belong to strong domains are ranking real well without good content or good backlinks. As long as the top level domain is strong, all their indexed pages are seeing a huge boost.

Anyone else noticing this?

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