admin on December 12th, 2008

The Live Search Engine is Microsoft’s upgrade for what used to be only the MSN search. The Live search engine is predicted to undergo even more enhancements so as to gain a greater share of the search engine market now dominated by Google. Of course the Live search engine has adequate search facilities but let’s […]

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Yahoo has been in the news lately because of a Microsoft bid to purchase it. The result of this would be a combining of the Yahoo and Live search engines. It is understandable why Microsoft would want to buy Yahoo with all of its features and its long history of providing search capabilities to the […]

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admin on December 12th, 2008

If you have been around search engines for any length of time, you have probably heard of the Google PageRank for a particular web page. The Google PageRank is a measure on a scale of 0 to 10 of a web page’s importance as compared to other web pages. It is also important to note […]

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admin on December 8th, 2008

Remember the times when you had to submit your URL to SEs? It appears that Google, Yahoo! and others are aware of your new domain the moment you create it. Take this website as an example. Whois record shows the following: Domain Name: SEOWARRIOR.NET Updated Date: 17-nov-2008 Creation Date: 14-nov-2008 Expiration Date: 14-nov-2010 Without adding […]

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admin on December 1st, 2008

Google enjoys the title of being the strongest and most popular search engine on the internet. However most know that there are competitors looking to gain that position too. And there are times, although not often, that Google is not available and the other search engine competitors might have to be used. Here are some […]

Continue reading about World outside of Google; Search Engine Competition

Today when we think of search engines and information retrieval, we think of Google. In fact, there is even a word for it: “googling.” If you are a serious internet user and use it for work, entertainment, and schoolwork, you probably hit Google many times each session. If you look at the news, you’ll see […]

Continue reading about Information Retrieval, Search Engines, and the King of the Hill: Google

In order for the internet to be of usage in the public realm, information retrieval interfaces had to be intuitive and easy to use. The first search engines in history started out on UNIX systems using TCP/IP protocol. Anyone who has worked on the UNIX systems in the 1990s knows that it was an operating […]

Continue reading about Concise History of Search Engines and Information Retrieval Technology – Part II

admin on November 13th, 2008

The first thing you need to remember about search engine optimization is that it is not an exact science—too many variables are involved. So you will see many different tips on how to do optimization from different experts. This article covers a few of the more common tips you’ll see when doing search engine optimization […]

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From the very early history of computing, efficient and quick text indexing and information retrieval have always been a challenge. Computers held so much promise in the 1960s as a way to store massive information but that could not become a reality until the information retrieval methods advanced. So you can really begin search engine […]

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