Re: [ga] why we are being ignored
Actually, I've read that some of the major search engines consider the domain name
prominently in indexing, along with page text. It's keywords in meta tags that don't
mean much any more.
On 27 Jun 2003 at 17:33, J-F C. (Jefsey) Morfin wrote:
> At 15:42 27/06/03, todd glassey wrote:
> >jefsey - if you list properly with search engines the domain name is
> >unimportant as well. In fact if the search engines got their acts together
> >there would be much less dependence on named web addresses and searchable
> >IP addresses can take their place.
> This may be true with IPv6 (however I do not understand yet the IPv6
> distribution and economic model - could someone explain it to us?). But
> today the e-name is the sign to the content, whatever the IP address. Look
> for icannatlarge.org: better people to go where it resolves than to it is
> supposed to be located and hacked? jfc
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