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Launched in 1998 by two Stanford graduate students, Google is a powerful multimillion-dollar company that today says it handles 200 million internet searches a day. Those questions come from some 200 countries and in 88 languages.

Vanity Google

The vanity Google is googling for your own name, website or organization. One of the reasons for Google's success is the concept of link popularity. If a page links to your page, your page is considered more valuable by Google. Try the 'vanity Google' for your own name [...] [May 2003]

Google.com According to Alexa

http://www.alexa.com/data/details/main?q=&url=google.com ranking number 5 Aug 2003


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http://searchenginewatch.com/ If you are interested in search on the web, subscribe yourself to their monthly newsletter. They have been in the business for several years and it is the best coverage of the topic. By Danny Sullivan.

Google Synonym Command


Want Google to look up words related to a keyword you've entered? Now there's a new synonym command that you can try. Just place a tilde character (~) in front of the word. For example, while a search for "gardening tips" would look for pages relevant only to both of those words, "gardening ~tips" will make Google look for synonyms for tips, such as "help," "guide" and "techniques." A bit more information on the command is provided by Google at the URL above, and we'll probably take a closer look at it in the SearchDay newsletter later this month. --Danny Sullivan

Google Dance

Once a month, and totally unanounced, Google has a major shift in its rankings. This is when Google "tweaks" is algorithm, and when it updates each sites PageRank and Back Links. http://www.internet-advertising-marketing-manual.com/google-dance.htm

Link Popularity

In other words, the linker can impact the Google Rank of the linkee.

Google Bomb [...]

Definition: (noun or verb) A technique through which a group of bloggers working together can make a webpage come up when someone searches Google for certain keywords. http://www.microcontentnews.com/resources/glossary/googlebomb.htm

SafeSearch Filtering

Many Google users prefer not to have adult sites included in their search results. Google's SafeSearch screens for sites that contain pornography and explicit sexual content and eliminates them from search results. While no filter is 100% accurate, Google's filter uses advanced proprietary technology that checks keywords and phrases, URLs and Open Directory categories.

By default, moderate filtering is set to exclude most explicit images from Google Image Search results. To apply Google's SafeSearch filtering to both web search and image search results, select the strict filtering option on the web search preferences page and save your preferences. This will activate stricter filtering of images, as well as filtering of adult content in regular Google search results. To turn off filtering completely, select the "do not filter..." option. The filtering option you select on the Preferences page will remain on until you change and resave your preferences. You can also adjust your SafeSearch settings on the Advanced Search or the Advanced Image Search pages on a per search basis. --http://www.google.com/safesearch_help.html [2001|Oct 2004]

Pagerank [...]

The original PageRank paper by Google's founders Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page: The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine

Pagerank explained correctly and with examples http://www.iprcom.com/papers/pagerank/

  • http://www.searchnerd.com/pagerank/ Pagerank explained again

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