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Searchers Invisible Web

  1. Q&A With's Gary Price

    Both of those groups are large, and they're all searchers. Then a year and a half with Danny Sullivan as news editor of Search Engine Watch, also during that time or prior to that about 6 years ago now I co-authored a book called The Invisible Web...

  2. Goodbye Froogle; Hello Google Product Results In Web Search

    The user interface there hasn't been that appealing, nor have searchers been seriously directed to it. In fact, the search box on the Google Base home page was just dropped, not something you do for a service designed for searchers.

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

    Two Amazon employees have had a patent application published which may correct misspellings in queries in order to return results to searchers. Yahoo provides an XML based bid management tool, and a way to maintain a persistent link to dynamic...

  4. Google Real Estate? It's Google Base Again, Google's Vertical Play

    But the implementation into the search results show how searchers will be directed to what are effectively surrogates of these types of services. Web search might have to serve you results about golfing, buying cars, medical information, news and...

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

    Don't forget that for many web searchers, the Invisible or Deep Web is everything beyond the first six or seven results. Advanced searchers might also benefit with a unified interface versus numerous interfaces and syntaxes.

  6. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    Today, Google is dropping from its home page the famous count of pages in its index while simultaneously claiming it has the most comprehensive collection of web documents available to searchers. Look at actual queries that searchers do that come...

  7. Yahoo Search Subscriptions Brings Premium Content Into Web Search

    To view the full text of premium content, searchers will either have to have a subscription to the fee-based database providing it or take advantage of pay-per-article options, when offered. To search subscription content, searchers need to visit...