admin on May 17th, 2010

Google is the most famous of all the major search engines and has several advanced search commands that are useful tools for the search engine optimization (SEO) specialist. Google has been in the search engine business for a number of years so it is no surprise that it also has a robust set of these […]

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admin on December 12th, 2009

Both Bing and Google have unveiled their real time search variants. Theoretically speaking real time search is impossible to achieve. In order for it to be possible is to say that you can do a search on any web page submitted in any given moment. What is possible is for search engines to index many […]

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admin on December 3rd, 2009

Bing is one of the newest major search engines to appear in the web arena. It is Microsoft’s search engine and follows its predecessor that was known as Live Search. Live Search did not realize the success it had hoped for thus Bing became the replacement. At first glance, most think that Bing is just […]

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Having your web page crack or rank in the Google top 10 is a position coveted by most web site owners. The principle behind this that most who are searching, will only browse the first page and maybe the second page of a search engine’s query results. So search engine optimization consultants try various methods […]

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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 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 […]

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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 […]

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