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?".
These questions point to a new way of organizing and indexing the Internet. This is not only a huge deal for
Search Engines, but also for the thousands of Search Engine Optimization companies that depend heavily on
finding the highest quality sources of content and Links for their customers.
Currently the SEO Engine offers a robust on-page SEO Software Platform with limited Backlink Data, but it
appears that this is all about to change with the much anticipated release of its newest off-page SEO addition,
'The Link Neighborhood'™. With the close of Yahoo's Site Explorer last year and all of the chaos
surrounding Google's Panda and Penguin 'Updates', news of a more accurate and reliable source of Backlink
data couldn't come at a better time.
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