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GoogleGuy Says

PostPosted: April 10, 2004 10:49 PM 

Importance: Low

GG reminds others not to focus all attention on Google, as he has done numerous times in recent weeks.

GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]

"Google has been far-n-away the toughest nut to crack of any of the engines."

That makes me feel better, Brett. :) Seems like a good time to remind folks that there's other search engines out there and diversification plus keeping eggs in many baskets means that folks should go try to crack other search engines' nuts as well. I was reading a book that had a chapter about Infoseek, and all the utterly insane things that spammers did to show up all over Infoseek for all kinds of off-topic words. It was just wild to read about.

And I know that at least a few WebmasterWorld readers will now smile nostalgically as they recall the adventures they had with Infoseek.. :)

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PostPosted: April 27, 2007 11:02 AM 

Even thought Google is the biggest and most used Search Engine, we should never forget that there are others as well.
The same for Pay-Per-Click. It is sometimes really useful to look for smaller search engines that are often driving targeted traffic.

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