Blog entries posted in: Multiple Domain
User search activities on the Web are getting more and more specialized: users expect more precise domain-specific results from search engines and typically perform complex tasks that involve exploratory, multi-step search processes. In this paper we propose the Liquid Query paradigm, that allows users finding responses to multi-domain queries through an exploratory information seeking approach, upon structured information collected from Web documents, deep Web data sources, and personal data repositories, wrapped by means of a uniform notion of search service. Liquid queries aim at filling the gap between generalized search systems, which are unable to find information spanning multiple topics, and domain-specific search systems, which cannot go beyond their domain limits. Liquid query provides a set of interaction primitives that let users make questions and explore results spanning over multiple sources, thus getting closer and closer to the sought information. We demonstrate our approach with a prototype built upon the … Read the rest
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Multiple C Class hosting has become an essential tool for marketers striving to have their websites rank highly in the search engines. The ability to interlink websites while having search engines actually count rather than discount the links is invaluable. What are the benefits of Multiple C Class hosting? Read on to find out.
Give Your “Link Juice” Credibility
Google sees every link from one website to another as a vote of credibility. A lot of websites link to Amazon.com, therefore it’s credible and ranks highly.
This credibility is called “Link Juice.” Link Juice is passed with every link, with one exception: If you’re linking to your own website.
Using Multiple C Class hosting, your links will no longer appear to be coming from the same person. In other words, you can link to your own websites and still pass link juice and rank … Read the rest
bflicker from Los Angeles, CA asks: “If we were to syndicate my written content (entire articles) to multiple domains then would we be able to use the imminent cross-domain link rel=”canonical” tag to confirm which site we would like to index for a given piece of content?” Note: This video was recorded on December 4, 2009. We have since officially announced support for cross-domain uses of rel=”canonical”. Please see this blog post for more information: googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5… Read the rest