This is Part 2 of the Yandex Search Commands Cheat Sheet. Command Example Explanation # abstract=(<keywords>) #abstract=(Spanish & Conversation) This command will search the meta DESCRIPTION text of an indexed page and return links that contain the keywords in it. # hint = expression news lang = “en” #hint = Thailand The hint command searches […]

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Yandex is the major search engine of Russia and its focus is mostly on Russian websites. If you don’t speak, read, or write Russian, it may not be useful to you. However, it has a huge index and even native speakers of other languages can use its advanced search commands in order to find what […]

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admin on April 17th, 2010

China’s major player in the search engine market is known as Baidu. Of course most of the instructions are written in Chinese so it is not easy for a western visitor to use advanced search commands without the help of a quick reference cheat sheet. For starters, Baidu has a web page off of its […]

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admin on April 9th, 2010

Just a quick note that SEO Warrior (“Guerreiro SEO”) in now available in Portugese. The easy way of finding this version of the book is by searching for ISBN 9788575222287 in Google. Here is one URL that is available in Brazil: http://www.novatec.com.br/livros/guerreiroseo/

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admin on April 2nd, 2010

So much focus is given these days to optimizing websites in order for them to rank highly with search engines. Everyone wants their website to appear on the first or second page of a search engine results page (SERP) for a particular keyword. But this focus oftentimes clouds another critical facet of website design and […]

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admin on March 21st, 2010

Many have heard the news of the merger between Microsoft and Yahoo!. The merger takes effect in 2010 and activities related to it will continue for several years until the two are fully one. Microsoft and Yahoo! have both been two of the major search engine players but always several steps behind the industry giant, […]

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While everyone desires to get a top ranking on the major global search engines, doing so takes a lot of time, effort, and expense. However any business wants to reach its target market quickly thus regional search engines become very important tools for achieving this goal. The competition is significantly lower when you submit your […]

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admin on February 24th, 2010

Hypertext Markup Language or HTML has been the main language of the Internet since it began. It is easy to code in HTML and any designer can have a web page in a matter of minutes. However because it is so easy to code in this language, it is also easy to create pages in […]

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admin on February 20th, 2010

As promised, here is the video tutorial of SEO Warrior Keyword Dashboard tool. SEO Warrior Keyword Dashboard can help you in several ways. You can compare search results in the big three search engines (Google, Bing & Yahoo!). While comparing search results side-by-side you can also click on each result to obtain further keyword analysis […]

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admin on February 9th, 2010

Ask was founded with the hopes of becoming a powerful natural language search engine. It all started in Berkely, California, USA. Originally, it was known as “Ask Jeeves” with a theme character known as Mr. Jeeves who was supposed to be a virtual gentleman-like personal assistant. He retrieved and delivered the answers to your questions […]

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