Seecrets On Internet: An Ant Watching Giants Fight Part 2 (Google vs. Yahoo vs. Microsoft)

Written by Stan Seecrets

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MSN isrepparttar fastest when indexing new documents. However, after a week, Google inevitably will catch up and index more documents than MSN. Doesrepparttar 150941 MSN search engine runs on Iraqi oil?

Search engines are works-in-progress. Compare this torepparttar 150942 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 inrepparttar 150943 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 onrepparttar 150944 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.

Considerrepparttar 150945 possibility of exchanging links with your competitors – fair competition without rivalry.

Forrepparttar 150946 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 usingrepparttar 150947 Open Source Marketing Plan.

Stan Seecrets’ Postulate: "How does any ant bring down a giant – by releasing its toxins into a certain part ofrepparttar 150948 giant’s anatomy whererepparttar 150949 sun has hardly shone on." (This is an example of an exploit as defined inrepparttar 150950 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 or

Business Website Content Theft: 3 Myths

Written by Joel Walsh

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Myth 3. Web Content Theft Completely Destroys Your Site's Value to Web Surfers.

Web content theft erodesrepparttar links of trust that make uprepparttar 150940 web. But it won't completely destroy your site. The web is so vast that even having your content on hundreds of sites does not mean that people will find your site unoriginal and not worth visiting. Just look at how much of any newspaper is "duplicate content" inrepparttar 150941 form of AP feeds.

In short, web content theft is bad, but it's notrepparttar 150942 end ofrepparttar 150943 web--that is, unless people let it be.

Joel Walsh is a website content writer: [Web publication requirement: use "website content writer" as the anchor text/visible link text for the URL:]

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