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  1. Search Engine Algorithms & Research

    When someone does a query at an engine using the HITS algorithm (Teoma, for example), the process is different. This technology is now being used at Ask Jeeves and Teoma today. Fortunately for Teoma, Apostolos Gerasoulis cracked the runtime problem...

  2. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Teoma's Search Technology Summed Up Search Engine Watch Forums Teoma ranks sites based on related communities of sites that are 'organically organized' and link to each other. How far is too far in optimizing your internal link structure?

  3. Bungled Search Engine Optimization - Cleaning Up the Mess

    Teoma: site:company.com company.com Teoma: help@teoma.com Well, Google discovered this due to the cross-linking structure, and sure enough, the site was banned. Before assuming a site has been banned from a search engine, all panelists recommended...

  4. The "Secret System" of Search Engine Advertising

    Inktomi, AlltheWeb, Teoma, and AltaVista are the search engines that currently offer paid inclusion programs. Pricing is usually a fixed per-URL fee for smaller page submissions, or an optional cost-per-click (CPC) pricing structure for large page...

  5. The "Secret System" of Search Engine Advertising

    Inktomi, AlltheWeb, Teoma, and AltaVista are the search engines that currently offer paid inclusion programs. Pricing is usually a fixed per-URL fee for smaller page submissions, or an optional cost-per-click (CPC) pricing structure for large page...

  6. Search Engine Strategies: Looking at Links

    The search engines that utilize links the most, Google and Teoma, both sent representatives to explain why links are important to their engines, and how to best utilize them on a web site. Representatives from Google and Teoma explain how it's done.

  7. Search Engine Link Popularity: Winners Don't Take All

    If you want to broaden your results to incorporate smaller, less connected sites, use a search engine like Teoma that actively seeks "native" communities relevant to your query. The good news is that there's hope for smaller, less well connected...

  8. The Best of the International World Wide Web Conferences

    This paper hints at what's to come with Google, Teoma and others: "We do this by examining links among the nodes returned in a keyword-based query. The web is shown to have a structure like a "bow tie" with surprising and instructive implications...