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Link for People, Not Search Engines

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There are hundreds of ways to build links the wrong way, and just as many ways to do it right. Your goal should be to be able to survive and thrive with or without Google. Never forget the quality, intent and relevancy of the link building process. There are hundreds of ways to build links the wrong way, and just as many ways to do it right. Your goal should be to be able to survive and thrive with or without Google. Never forget the quality, intent and relevancy of the link building process. 0 Comments

Lycos Introduces People, Discussion Search Tools

In a bid to differentiate itself from Google and the other major search players, Lycos has rolled out two search tools aimed at helping people connect with other people. In a bid to differentiate itself from Google and the other major search players, Lycos has rolled out two search tools aimed at helping people connect with other people. 0 Comments

Everything Google

Underneath its simple, sparse interface, Google is loaded with useful tools and services, though they're not always easy to find. A new book offers an insider's guide to maximizing the power of the search engine. Underneath its simple, sparse interface, Google is loaded with useful tools and services, though they're not always easy to find. A new book offers an insider's guide to maximizing the power of the search engine. 0 Comments

Closer, Closer, Closer

Both phrase searching and the NEAR operator offer simple but effective ways to take more control over your search. Both phrase searching and the NEAR operator offer simple but effective ways to take more control over your search. 0 Comments

Google Restores Usenet Archive

Heads-up all you Usenet fans: Google has introduced an advanced search capability that allows you to search more than six years of Usenet postings. Heads-up all you Usenet fans: Google has introduced an advanced search capability that allows you to search more than six years of Usenet postings. 0 Comments

Google Acquires Deja Newsgroup Service

Google purchased the Deja newsgroup archives last month and is now running them within its own site. Despite saving the service, Google came under criticism from hardcore Deja users upset about lost functionality during the transition period. Google purchased the Deja newsgroup archives last month and is now running them within its own site. Despite saving the service, Google came under criticism from hardcore Deja users upset about lost functionality during the transition period. 0 Comments

Newsgroup Searching: And Then There Was One

Last year, when DejaNews changed its name and pulled away from being a newsgroup-centric service, RemarQ became a strong alternative for those wishing to search discussions in Usenet. But last month, RemarQ became no more, as new owner Critical Path pulled the plug. Last year, when DejaNews changed its name and pulled away from being a newsgroup-centric service, RemarQ became a strong alternative for those wishing to search discussions in Usenet. But last month, RemarQ became no more, as new owner Critical Path pulled the plug. 0 Comments