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Search Engine Watch
Search Engine Watch is the authoritative guide to search engine marketing (SEM) and search engine optimization (SEO), offering the latest news about search engines.This year, several major search engines were not actively crawling the web for weeks or even months. Listings were going stale, but no one knew. In addition, large sections of the web are becoming invisible to search engines that have not kept pace with developments such as frames.
This year, several major search engines were not actively crawling the web for weeks or even months. Listings were going stale, but no one knew. In addition, large sections of the web are becoming invisible to search engines that have not kept pace with developments such as frames. And some web pages may be intentionally passed over by search engines. Search Engine Watch, created by a search engine expert, is designed to keep web developers informed about these matters and to help make searching easier for search engine users. Here you can learn how search engines work, and how they rank web pages; read tutorials on using meta tags and how to make frame sites search engine friendly; learn about SpiderSpotting (identifying when a search engine has visited your site), and find out how to improve the way search engines list your web site. The site offers status reports search engines in a variety of areas, from financial to technical; performance tests of search engines; and information on major partnerships between search engines and high-traffic sites. You can find search engine reviews here, plus a summary of the major and more prominent minor search engines; tutorials on how to use search engines; and a collection of search engine-related links on the web. The site also has information on search engine technology, some history, trivia and even a search engine game. Join a free mailing list if you want keep up to date on search engine news.
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