(GOO.gul.joos) n. The presumed quality inherent in a Web site that enables it to appear at or near the top of search engine results, particularly those of the Google search engine. Also: Google-juice, Google juice.

Example Citations:
Foreshadowing the importance of links and the rise of Google's PageRank algorithm, Pinkerton then ran a test on his newly created database in March 1994. Which sites, he wondered, had the most references, or links, from other sites (in today’s parlance, the most Googlejuice)?
—John Battelle, "The Search," Portfolio Hardcover, September 8, 2005

For one thing, corporations are outnumbered by citizen bloggers who link to each other, generating the kind of Google juice which propels them up the search pages. Consumers doing online research find them fast.
—Antonia Zerbisias, "So far, blogging's more bane than boon to business," The Toronto Star, June 13, 2005

Earliest Citation:
Warning: this blurb contains serious bogus linkage, a ploy to gather Google juice for
—Praxis, "Scientology rewrites history," alt.religion.scientology, September 25, 2002

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