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Internet without Search Engines

Internet without search engines? It may look as if I don’t know what I am doing, but sometimes when I have a thought; I love to share with people, in order to see if someone out there is doing the same. In my office today; I needed to find up to forty websites offering similar health services. I knew it would be a thorny puzzlement for me; so I gave the job to one of my employees. He came back after ten minutes with a list consisting of fifty websites. That prompted me to ask how he ended up completing the job within the time frame. “Similaronweb search engine, sir”, he said politely. I believe that I am not the only person to have benefitted from search engines.  Now, what do you think will happen if you wake up someday and all the search engines are gone? Let’s take a look at few things that may happen if search engines are no more: No more Internet Businesses, which means buying and selling online will not be possible. Think of an Internet world with no search engines, what will happen to anyone trying to make a living by selling a product...
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Affiliate Sales Compared - A Post Penguin And Panda Health Check

You would have thought that a lot of the affiliate sites would have been suffering since Google had clamped down on the easier ways to get links and the quicker ways to gain rankings. Affiliates (unfairly in a lot of cases) are tarnished with the ‘churn and burn em’ brush – but in reality a lot of affiliates are quietly going about their business producing high quality sites that Google likes and is willing to rank. The three updates that you may have thought would have had an impact on the affiliate sphere would be: Panda – designed to help the sites with better content and design rank above the kind of sites that were throwing pages up for rankings rather than users – famous losers include sites like Ezine Articles Penguin – designed to limit the possibility of ranking well by partaking in low quality link building – any site that did so, not only run the risk of issues with ranking but could be de-indexed completely. EMD Update – this was designed to cull the sites from the search results that were unfairly ranking with an exact match keyword domain. If you had an EMD with decent content there...
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