Archive for the ‘Search Engines facts’ Category

Fierce and healthy competition

Friday, May 28th, 2010

A large number of search engines are coming into the forefront and the front runners like Google and Wikipedia are being left behind. New search engines like Bing, Yahoo and many others are turning out be better than their contemporaries and give out more informative web pages to their users. The search engines have developed a cut-throat competition and are in a run for their money.

ContextVoice Provides Real Time Tracking

Friday, October 30th, 2009

ContextVoice has just added a new option to search functionality, with many new and useful filtering options. With the new analytics in place a person can deal with real time research rather than being forced to dig through results, focusing on thousands of comments that any given conversation might have. The decision to add these features came after examining the users as a group, rather than as individuals.

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Search Engine Spiders And What They Do

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Search engine spiders are of benefit to websites and to those conducting searches. A search engine spider visits sites, copies the information, and takes the info back to the search engine They find sites through links on other sites. If you don’t want a page to be indexed by a search engine spider for whatever reasons, you must use a robots.txt file. Use the robots.txt for pages that are spammy, or have duplicate content.

Getting Ranked In The Yahoo Search Engine

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

Will your website rank higher in yahoo search engine pages? Will you get listed in yahoo? These are the general questions that come in your mind while optimizing for yahoo. For this you need to follow certain submission and optimization guidelines to get listed. Put your website description in your meta tags. Forget about duplicate content, and spamming, its not going to work, and it is likely that your site will end up being blacklisted.