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  1. Government SEO is Broken

    Direct access to government services and information via search is in many ways an optimal user experience. But what if users were able to quickly and easily connect to government directly from the search engines with a minimum of clicks?

  2. What Role Should the Government Play in Our (Searching) Lives?

    So as we review the evolution of government searches over the past four years, clearly search plays an important role in providing citizens with the information they need for their most pressing areas of need and assistance, in good times and bad.

  3. Google's New Tools for Site Link Strengthening

    Government sites are a great example of authority sites without a clue of SEO. That could be the reason many of the search algorithms give such a lift to .gov and .edu sites -- they're recognized as quality that generally lacks solid optimization...

  4. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 22, 2005: Google & Library Of Congress Team On World Digital Library; Google Growth & Growth Issues; Yahoo Gains Famed AltaVista Alumnus Broder; Search Gains In Popularity

    Government's Search Site; IRS Web Site Today's search podcast covers Google funding a US Library of Congress-backed Separates Bids For Search Book Search AltaVista scientist Andrei Broder; Froogle gaining a way to search for products...

  5. Updates and Improvements Made to U.S. Government's Search Site; IRS Web Site Redesigns for Better Site Search

    First, goes 3.0, reports that the metaserch tool that features science info from a variety of government organizations and sites (across 30 databases and 1,800 Web sites) is online with improved search technology and new features.