Why Good Sites Lack Search Engines
SearchDay, August 22, 2002
A new survey attempts to explain the inexplicable: why some perfectly good web sites fail to provide a search engine to improve user navigation.
Battling Information Overload
SearchDay, August 21, 2002
Deluged with data? Coping with copiousness? Try these techniques for conquering info glut from internationally renowned super searcher Mary Ellen Bates.
News Sites Beat Search Engines in Customer Satisfaction
SearchDay, August 20, 2002
A respected customer satisfaction index reports that users are happier with news and information sites than search engines or portals -- and predicts the demise of several laggards.
Shorten Those Links!
SearchDay, August 19, 2002
Long, complicated URLs are both hard to type and can get mangled by email programs. These services take long URLs and create short versions pointing to the same page -- for free.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
Web Addiction on the Rise
With one in four employees addicted to the Internet, Websense leads the charge in alerting corporate America that all that friendly, time-consuming Web surfing can get out of control.
Affiliate Domain Name Anxiety Syndrome
What's in a (domain) name? Search engine rankings, brand equity, customer loyalty, and profits... for starters.
Search Engine Scrambler
Pop-Up Warfare: Is Peace Possible?
In the war against pop-up advertisements a peace treaty may very well be possible.
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