admin on June 3rd, 2009

The Bing buzz is everywhere. There are currently over 3200 articles on The question on everyone’s mind is how Google will respond? Matt Cutts has already voiced some opinions about Bing. It may be too early to tell what will unfold. The question on minds of many is: will the public start to do […]

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admin on January 12th, 2009

People are using really four main internet search engines. And we will just cover those in this short guide. These internet search engines are Google, Yahoo, Bing, and Ask. The main reason for using an internet search engine is to allow one to drill down and filter the massive amount of information on the World […]

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admin on December 12th, 2008

So who are the “who’s who” or major players among the search engines? Who are the innovators and the self-made entrepreneurs that took a function like searching and made millions and in some cases billions of dollars from it? Let’s take a quick look at a few of them: Larry Page: He and Sergey Brin […]

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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 November 20th, 2008

Just like a traditional business when you open your doors you have to let someone know you exist. It is the same way when you put your business or personal website online for the first time. You have to let the search engines know about it by submitting the uniform resource locator (URL) to the […]

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admin on November 20th, 2008

Picture yourself discovering the internet for the first time. You are connected, you open a web browser, and the web browser goes to the default home page. And there it sits. You might call your friends and ask what to do next not having a guide to use an internet search engine. You call your […]

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In the early 1990s, history shows that the internet was beginning to take off and more people were introduced to it daily. But in those days, web URLs were not seen on billboards or posted on the side of vehicles. Information retrieval was done by going to one of the new search engine portals and […]

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admin on May 9th, 2008

Internal ranking factors are things you control directly (as part of your site) that can affect your rank. They can be further divided into on-page ranking factors (things you can do in a particular web page, such as providing appropriate keywords) and on-site ranking factors (things you can do to your web site as a […]

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