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  1. Government SEO is Broken

    The federal government, under the leadership of President Obama and Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel, has launched a wide-ranging rethinking and consolidation of federal websites, domains, and databases.

  2. SearchDay | Will Social Networks Become the New Inbox?

    Part 2 BRAND EQUITY Many companies still believe they need to get users into their prospecting databases in order to market to them. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 2 SEM 101 We began our discussion of site structure last week by looking at meta tags.

  3. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 1

    A search engine sends out agents (a.k.a.spiders, robots, crawlers) to surf the Internet and bring back what they find and deposit that information in the search engine's databases. Again, the idea of good meta keywords and description tags is...

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  4. New Search Patent Applications: June 5, 2006 - Taking Care of Web Decay, Dead Links, and Parked Domains

    The present invention discloses an Internet search environment number ("ISEN") system that provides researchers with a tool to locate and search relevant, evaluated online databases. ISEN, L.L.C.has developed an internet search environment number...

  5. Results from MSN Search Added to Jux2 Tool Metasearch and Results Comparison Tool

    Now it's easy to quickly and easily compare and analyze results from four web databases: Jux2 was the winner of the Best Meta Search Engine in our 5th Annual Search Engine Watch Awards last March. About a month ago I posted about the return of...

  6. Show Me the Content: Web Search, Verticals, and Metasearch

    For a long time I've said verticals will continue to grow in popularity and importance as meta search tools which are getting better all of the time will allow various database and content publishers to offer material (free or fee) to end users...

  7. Shmoogle: Randomizing Google Results To Show Good Stuff Beyond Top 10

    I often wonder if making large web engines larger with more content will make everything easier versus keeping things in small, focused databases and using meta/federated search technologies to (if needed) search disparate databases simultaneously...