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Web Index Invisible

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

    And even if the engines do attempt to index the content, they often seem to have little confidence they can accurately represent the state most relevant to the search query based on the URLs in their index.

  2. Effective Search Marketing Strategy Determines Fate of Organizations

    This web site wasn't designed to showcase the high-end fine furniture brands that Porters sold, the service area that Porters once served across the Midwest reached effectively by television advertising, or structured to index well in Google.

  3. Wozniak Joins Deep Web Search Company

    DeepDyve is a research engine for the Deep Web or invisible web which is that part of the Web that is not index-able by search engines like Google," WebGuild stated. DeepDyve - the 'deep web' search startup - announced Steve Wozniak has join their...

  4. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 1

    The idea is to simply design your site so that the visiting robot can read and take notes (or index) all relevant aspects of each page of your site. Much of how you structure your Web site will be to befriend these robots, welcome them into your...

  5. Google: A Clear & Present Danger to Corporate Data Privacy

    A few hours ago, Google announced to the world that the company has been crawling forms on "high-quality" Web sites to index "Invisible Web" content in the search engine. In the past few months we have been exploring some HTML forms to...

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

    Methods and systems are presented to predetermine and record the classes of each indexed document with respect to each of its index keywords, and to provide high quality and relevant classification of the document when it is searched with said...

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

    years to index the world's info. Today, he said it will take 300 years to "index" all of the worlds info and make it searchable. years to index the world's info. On a related note, in Chris "SearchDay" Sherman's new book Google Power, Sherman...