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MSN is fastest when indexing new documents. However, after a week, Google inevitably will catch up and index more documents than MSN. Does MSN search engine runs on Iraqi oil?
Search engines are works-in-progress. Compare this to history of Windows – 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 3.10, 3.11. WfWg, 95, 95OSR2, 98, 98SE, ME, XP and XP-SP2.
Content originality is of prime importance. Fine-tuning with optimized keywords can be done gradually. When search engines become more "human", your site does not need major surgery.
Google’s open-source / software patents dichotomy (contradiction) somehow doesn’t rhyme with their mantra of do-no-evil. This author would very much like to be proven wrong on this matter.
Do not fret over rankings. Intel has a PR10, yet when you search for "cpu" or "microprocessor", guess who never appear in top 10. Doubtless any surfer can find Intel’s site even if Intel is given a PR of -2**256 (the decimal value for this number first appeared on Internet in "A Gentle Introduction to Cryptography").
Consider getting more links as a priority through fair and legal means.
Nothing is more boring than a single item site. Consider adding variety like starting a community project, providing resources for your hobbies or pet issues. Getting visitors with similar interests to visit your site may pay dividends – some may become your customers.
Consider possibility of exchanging links with your competitors – fair competition without rivalry.
For record, this author does not own a single share in any of these three companies. The personal observations are written without fear or favor, based on results obtained by using Open Source Marketing Plan.
Stan Seecrets’ Postulate: "How does any ant bring down a giant – by releasing its toxins into a certain part of giant’s anatomy where sun has hardly shone on." (This is an example of an exploit as defined in field of cryptography – vulnerability.)
The author, Stan Seecrets, is a veteran software developer with 25+ years experience. © Copyright 2005, Stan Seecrets. All rights reserved. For more of his articles and website promotion, visit http://www.seecrets.biz or http://www.rushprnews.com