You mentioned outlinks as the only parameter taken into consideration(that is only links going to…
Moses
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Most certainly, yes, and thank you for bringing it up. Inlinks are a major part of how these websites are ordered.

Take example 1, Webpage G had only Inlinks to itself. Webpage F linked to Webpage G and Webpage G linked to Webpage G. This caused an issue because it meant that after a reasonable amount of time, everyone would end up on Webpage G, thus putting Webpage G at the top of the list when someone searches for content related to web pages A-G.

In example 2, I corrected this error by removing any possibility of Webpage G. Doing so allowed convergence to provide the result we expected, given the parameters.

Thank you for your question!