Happy Birthday, InfoSeek!
SearchDay #314, July 18, 2002
Once venerable InfoSeek, a powerhouse search engine that achieved prominence during the mid 1990s, was launched eight years ago today.
New Search Engine Marketing Buyer's Guide
SearchDay #313, July 17, 2002
SEMList.com is a new directory that can help web site owners find experienced professionals to help with all aspects of the increasingly important process of search engine marketing.
Linker vs. Lawyer: The Deep Link Controversy Continues
SearchDay #312, July 16, 2002
Paul Alan Levy, an attorney for the Public Citizen Litigation Group, squares off with Eric Ward, one of the web's most respected authorities on the current legal controversy over links and linking.
Beyond the Google Toolbar
SearchDay #311, July 15, 2002
UltraBar emulates the most powerful features of the Google toolbar and makes them available using virtually any search engine on the web -- and it's free.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
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Setting Up Full-Text Search: A Step-by-step Guide
In his latest article, Alexander Chigrik explains SQL Server full-text search concepts in extensive detail, complete with a step-by-step example for getting up and running with a full-text search index.
A Conversation With The Inventor Of Email
Ray Tomlinson gave society one of the greatest communication tools in history. He invented email back in 1971, eventually transforming global business communication. In this exclusive Q&A, Tomlinson discusses spam, the future of email and his current work in distributed computing.
.INFO Doing Better Than Expected
Though it's way too early to make a judgment, the success of the new TLD -- and the efforts by its registry to fix what's broken -- could eventually supplant the .ORG suffix.
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The Original Search Marketing Event is Back!
SES Denver (Oct 16) offers an intense day of learning all the critical aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search advertising (PPC). The mission of SES remains the same as it did from the start - to help you master being found on search engines. Register today!