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July 25, 2005
Confused about blog search? Read this.
Mary Hodder studies the blog search engines. This is definitely worth a read if you're wondering about differing results from Technorati, Bloglines, PubSub et al. This is the first in a series.(from Stowe Boyd)
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? Search for Blogs from Telagon Sichelputzer
As found on Napsterization, Mary Hodder wrote a long article concerning her methods on how to search for blogs. The article offers a comparison of URL lookups for Bloglines, Blogpulse, Feedster, Pubsub and Technorati - or you can simply grab the info... [Read More]
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I have a long mental list of things that someone should get round to doing. One of them is to compare blog search services. I'm glad to say that Mary Hodder has started a series of posts doing just that.
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? Web 2.0 This Week (July 24 - 30) from TechCrunch
It’s been a fun-filled Web 2.0 week, capped off with BlogHerCon today. Good stuff below.
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My advice: just accept the simple fact that "Results may vary" and move on. All of the insider technical excuses really don't matter. Even Google is unable to give a consistent count of results. Anybody who wants to hang their success on numbers reported by any search engine is simply wasting their time. Focus on delivering quality content and doing a decent job of promotion. And use a normal search engine to see how you're doing. That's really the best you can and should do. This whole category of "Blog Search Engines" (or directories) is for the (insider) birds, and simple isn't ready for prime time for "normal" users. It's a solution in search of a non-existent problem. Fun and games and toys and ill-conceived experiments are best performed in a controlled lab environment, not on innocent bystanders in the marketplace.
-- Jack Krupansky
Posted by: Jack Krupansky at July 25, 2005 05:39 PM