Search Engine startup, the SEO Engine, advised by a former Yahoo! Search Executive, releases a significant update to its platform, called ‘The Link Neighborhood’ – that challenges the way Google’s PageRank is calculated.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2012 -- Community funded Search Engine the SEO Engine™, whose impressive advisory board includes former Yahoo! Search Executive Dr. Larry Cornett, has announced the release of The Link Neighborhood™ a new addition to its Search Engine that seeks to replace the now defunct Yahoo! Site Explorer. The SEO Engine is a unique hybrid Search Engine and Search Engine Optimization Engine®, which is currently patent-pending. The Search Engine’s algorithms and scoring engine are exposed to the user via an interactive web-based interface, allowing them to see precisely how Webpages and Links are related and scored. It enables users to easily improve their Website’s performance on query results for other Search Engines. This differs greatly from the major Search Engines, who guard their algorithms tightly and keep Website Owners and Internet Marketers mostly in the dark.
“We are a Search Engine first and foremost, and The Link Neighborhood™ is an entirely new way of viewing the Internet and its underlying structure,” says Scott Stouffer, SEO Engine’s President of Technology and Co-Inventor of these new ranking algorithms. “Instead of trying to add more calculations on top of each and every Link that we process to filter out SPAM and ‘Irrelevant Links’, we made a significant advance in the way a Search Engine crawls and organizes the Internet from the very start. By examining and arranging the Internet into sub-categories or neighborhoods, and allowing the user to interact with and conduct a search query by neighborhood, we are able to provide the most relevant data and accurate scores to our users.”
A Search Engine startup called the SEO Engine leaked a teaser video today on YouTube
claiming to have found a new and more accurate way of ranking Webpages and Links on the Internet.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) May 31, 2012 -- The SEO Engine™ a new type of 'Transparent Search Engine' developed by a husband and wife team from Carnegie Mellon and Cornell University, recently suggested in a new teaser video on YouTube that they have discovered an important breakthrough in the world of Search.
This breakthrough hints at what might be one of the bigger advances to happen to Search in the past decade. In the video, the company rhetorically asks the following questions: "What if a Search Engine could determine
each Webpage’s meaning?", "What if a Search Engine could organize each Webpage into its relevant
'Neighborhood'?", "What if you could instruct a Search Engine to only crawl specific 'Neighborhoods' of the Internet?".
New High-tech Search Engine, the SEO Engine, recently announced the Members of its first Advisory Board, with a former Yahoo! Search Executive heading up the talented list of individuals.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) October 4, 2011 -- The SEO Engine™, a new type of “Transparent” Search Engine which enables users to literally “see” inside of the Search Engine and interact with its ranking algorithms, announced recently via a Webmaster Radio interview at SES San Francisco that its Advisory Board selection is now complete.
Leading the impressive list of new members is former Yahoo! Search executive, Dr. Larry Cornett. From 2006-2010, Dr. Cornett was VP of Consumer Products for Yahoo! Search, leading a multinational team focused on creating world-class Search experiences to compete with Google and Microsoft. His tenure in the Silicon Valley as a product executive includes over 16 years of experience designing, defining, and building consumer products at the top technology companies Yahoo!, Apple Computer, eBay, and IBM. Dr. Cornett is also well known for representing Yahoo! as an expert panelist at Internet Marketing industry events such as Search Engine Strategies (SES) and the Search Marketing Expo (SMX). Currently, he is the founder of Brilliant FORGE.
New Search Engine, the SEO Engine reveals that 99% of the Websites it crawls have "Link Imbalance". Accordingly, it has released several new innovative Internet Marketing Tools focused on helping Website owners to balance their Website's Link Flow.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) February 2, 2011 -- A recent internal study by the SEO Software provider, SEO Engine™, a new type of Search Engine that reveals how Search Engines rank and score Websites, confirmed the long-standing belief that a large majority of the Websites it has crawled to-date are afflicted with "Link Imbalance". On the SEO Engine's Website, proper Link Balance is defined as the condition when the distribution of Link Flow® corresponds from the order of the most competitive markets to the least competitive markets.
"Link Flow is a trademarked term which represents a more accurate Page Rank," says Scott Allen Stouffer, President of Technology at the SEO Engine. "When a Website has Link Imbalance, that means the wrong Link Flow Distributions are flowing to the wrong Webpages within a Website. It is kind of like a car that has its wheels out of alignment. The faster you drive that car, the more unstable it becomes. Unfortunately, many Internet Marketing firms are doing just that for their clients," says Stouffer, "the more Links a Website obtains, or the more External Incoming Link Flow it has, the more Link Flow Distribution becomes important. With proper Link Balance, all of the Webpages in a Website start ranking higher on Search Engines, not just a few Webpages."
The SEO Engine™ has a new addition to its Internet Marketing Tools - the latest features provide valuable insight into just how hard developing unique content really is for any Website.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 17, 2011 -- The SEO Engine recently announced a new feature that may change the way Website owners add new content in the future. This new type of SEO Software, called a "Transparent Search Engine", enables users to dive into the "back end" of a Search Engine, and explore how a Search Engine views and scores content on a Website.
"Similar to Google, Bing, and Yahoo!, the SEO Engine has a powerful Correlation Engine inside that can measure the amount of overlap that one Webpage has with another," says Scott Allen Stouffer, President of Technology at the SEO Engine. "By using the SEO Engine interface, you can literally view a snapshot of the overlapping words between any two Webpages, as well as view the top 20 most correlated documents for each Webpage. In addition, like other Search Engines, we have added this as a signal in our Scoring Algorithm which penalizes a Webpage for having too much Duplicate Content."