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  1. SEO Strategies for JavaScript-Heavy Single Page Applications or AJAX Sites

    Adding pushState is fairly straightforward and indeed many of the popular Single Page Application frameworks like the open-sourced framework Ember or Google's Angular framework provides APIs to easily access the functionality.

  2. Wozniak Joins Deep Web Search Company

    Given that the deep web holds much more information than is available through the main search engines this area offers a new way for people to access information. DeepDyve is a research engine for the Deep Web or invisible web which is that part of...

  3. Must We Unlock the Deep Web?

    The world anxiously awaits a way to access this information. One big reason is that (heaven forbid) a company may want to charge a fee to access said content. The "deep Web," or "invisible Web," allegedly contains countless untold gems of information.

  4. Usability and SEO

    A website can be coded to be accessible to blind people by complying with the Web Content Accessibility standards as set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (found at http://w3c.org/wai) or by the standards promulgated by the Governmental...

  5. SearchDay: SERP Position: It Ain't Horseshoes

    Google will now have access to Tele Atlas' content for over 200 countries for current and future projects, including Google Earth and mobile applications. Creative Messaging in a Direct Response World VERTICAL SEARCH Should a company focus on...

  6. Study: Search Driving Offline Conversions for Local Service Businesses

    Disabled deprived of access to many top Web sites, News.com It captures the dominant user method of making contact, which might otherwise be invisible to local businesses. Using Nielsen's consumer panel, respondents were qualified in terms of...

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

    The ISEN system facilitates access and adds value by creating more effective and efficient Internet search experiences. There are times when a Google or Yahoo acquires a company to gain access to the intellectual property of that company, or the...

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

    NBC Universal, and The New York Times, joining together to form a "Content Consortium" that offers a search engine containing content that, "no outside search engines can access. The providers of the software application used to create these...

  9. Schmidt Talks To Advertisers, Mentions 300 Year Timeframe (again) Before Google Makes it "All" Searchable

    Access and organization are two different things. In my opinion, there is a big difference between indexing content (putting it into a database) and then organizing/providing access to it and the allowing people to find what they're looking for...

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

    The latest size wars broke out last month, when Yahoo said on its blog that it now provided access to over 19 billion web documents. Today, Google is dropping from its home page the famous count of pages in its index while simultaneously claiming...

  11. Yahoo Search Subscriptions Brings Premium Content Into Web Search

    That said, I'm sure Google Scholar will be offering access to more of this type of content in the future and very likely has deals with some of the same aggregators and publishers that Yahoo does. For example, will I be able to access a 1993...

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

    Yes, sometimes these databases cost money but many times people don't have any idea that they have free access to these fee-based services from home or office. As I've said before, the Invisible or Deep Web in 2005 is every result beyond number 6...