Trivium

Larry Sheldon LarrySheldon at cox.net
Tue Aug 20 05:35:20 UTC 2013


On 8/20/2013 12:29 AM, Matthew Petach wrote:
> I'm curious; do people really think that the difference in material
> indexed between Google, Yahoo/Bing, and others is really that
> big?  I don't mean the heuristics and algorithms used to return
> the results in a particularly useful order; I mean the sheer raw
> set of indexed pages.  I don't debate that Google found a
> particularly useful page ranking system; but I question the
> notion that the loss of Google was akin to the loss of your
> root directory.

I don't think the other engines are nearly as badly poisoned by the SEO 
crap.


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