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  • How Search Engines Rank Web Pages Page
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    Advanced Search Feature Introduction to Search Engine Design Search engines are one of the primary ways that Internet users find web sites. That's why a web site with a good search engine listing may see a dramatic increase in traffic. Everyone wants that good listing. Unfortunately, many web sites appear poorly in search engine rankings or may not be listed at all because they fail to consider how search engines work. Knowledge of "search engine design" can help many of these sites. Search engi...
  • Search Engine Test The Web Sites
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    Internet Search Engines How Search Engines Work Search engines are programs that crawl the web to compile lists of web sites so that this information can be used by people to find web pages that they are looking for. There are three major components to search engines. These are the spider, the index, and search engine software. The spider component to a search engine is the part the crawls through web pages reads them and then follows the links. The index element of the search engine is where ev...
  • Criteria The Three Test Search Engines
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    1. Formulate five criteria for the evaluation of search engines To effectively evaluate three different search engines from the perspective of an advanced web user, the following criteria were established: 1. Relevance and accuracy of search results 2. Search speed 3. Advanced search options 4. Other services 5. Site design and layout More information about these criteria and how they were used is available below. 2. Test three search engines against your criteria For this evaluation, the follow...
  • Type Of Search Engine
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    Internet commerce is one of the fastest growing industries today. With the wide range of capabilities the web has it make it easier and cost efficient for businesses to make transactions with other businesses. One factor that allows businesses to find each other is search engines. Search engines are part of the reason the web is growing so rapidly. Search engines have many capabilities from using key words or phrases to find what you are looking for to using general statements to browse the web....
  • Their Page To The Search Engine
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    Search Engines A search engine is an online service that can aid a user in finding a web page that contains particular content the user is looking for. There are many different search engine services on the web. They are primarily distinguished from each other by the way they gather their information. Searching these engines only requires a small text command, and there are many ways to narrow down your searches. For instance, Boolean operators and phrase searching. If a Webmaster does not get h...
  • Google's Unique Search Engine
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    Google The name Googol was founded by a gentleman named Milton Sirotta. Mr. Sirotta was the nephew of an American mathematician named Edward K asner (Google, 2004, 1) The company name Google was created in reference to the actual number googol which is represented by a number followed by 100 zeroes. The meaning behind the company's name was to reflect the companies mission to organize immense amounts of information available on the web (Google, 1). In 1995 Google was created by two young men, La...
  • Selected Google As Its Web Search Service
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    Google is a play on the word googol, which was coined by Milton Sirota, nephew of American mathematician Edward Kasner, and was popularized in the book, 'Mathematics and the Imagination' by Kasner and James Newman. It refers to the number represented by the numeral 1 followed by 100 zeros. Google's use of the term reflects the company's mission to organize the immense, seemingly infinite amount of information available on the web. Back before Google? Aye, there's the Rub. According to Google lor...
  • Meta Search Engines
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    Comparison of any two Search Engines (e.g. Yahoo, Magellan, Alta Vista, Infoseek, Lycos, Bigfoot... ) The single, most frequent piece of search advice for using Web search engines is to always search more than one engine to answer your question. No two engines are the same-each offers a unique set of features and indexes or crawls the Web differently. It's no surprise the results vary. Good searchers triangulate output from several engines to ache ive rel event results. The emergence of meta sea...
  • Google Image Search
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    THE HISTORY OF GOOGLE The internet is one (if not) the biggest fastest forms of communication we use in this world. It's used to connect people to one another from any point on the earth. The internet also consist of a large number of search engine. Each search engine can look up and find about anything you are looking for. One of the biggest search engines today is google. Google is a play on the word googol. Googol was coined by a man named Milton Sirotta. Milton Sirotta was the nephew of an A...
  • Use Of A Search Engines
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    The internet was established as a back up for the military in case of a nuclear attack and all normal communication were cut off. By establishing this form of communication the chain of command would have a way to pass down information and important orders. The military abandoned this idea and gave it to the higher education system. It was here the "internet" started to grow and develop. WOW, big business found a new way to advertise there products, individuals had a means to express there views...
  • Search Engines Support Boolean Terms
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    Web page design Search Engine review In this paper I am going to review a few web search engines, and hopefully provide some helpful insight for doing searches on the internet. The first step in obtaining the information you want from the web is structuring the words to search with. For instance, if you wanted to find out how to build furniture out of oak, you might do a search containing the following words: furniture, construction, oak, howto. It's important that you use key words and leave ou...
  • Search Engine Dilemma Top Management Of Yahoo
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    To: Aleksey Kolpakov, Acting Associate Professor From: Akene ev Er mek, Dzhumabaev Arthur, Kim Anna, Mambetalieva El lina, Usubakunov Eld an Subject: Yahoo's analysis As you requested, we investigated the Yahoo's environment, pointed out its main problems, used theories in analysis of problems, and elaborated some recommendations to improve Yahoo's activity. Description Yahoo was established in 1994 by two graduate students with no previous business experience - Jerry Yang and David Filo as a co...
  • Lycos And Excite
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    Web Portals When the term "internet" became a household saying, such did words like Excite, Yahoo, and Lycos. These were the so-called portals that directed Internet first-timers to their destinations and virtually walked them through the World Wide Web. They were and still are the fist place visitors go when they start to "surf" the web. Yet these portals are not just your average search engines, they have a lot more to offer like directories, chat rooms, mail, multimedia, online communities, a...
  • Web Page And Its Search Engine
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    Killmer (2002), in his article "So much information, so little time: Evaluating Web resources with search engines", states, "An abundance of search engines tools can be used to retrieve information from the World Wide Web. Search Engine Watch (2001) reports that more than 75 search engine tools are available and provide links to many relevant sources" (P 21). However, in using search engines on the web to retrieve information, one must be cognizant of the many deleterious situations one can enco...
  • Search Engines And The Web
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    The Web has grown enormously over the last few years. More and more people are online nowadays and the number of websites is also rapidly rising. The commercialisation of the Internet started when the government stopped sponsoring the Internet in 1995. An obvious result of the rapid growth in Internet users is the misuse and abuse on the Web. The more the Internet is used, the more it becomes necessary to come up with rules and regulations to prevent certain things from happening. This could hav...

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