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Getting Around Online. by Fontichiaro, Kristin(DLC)1588447;
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Internet power searching : the advanced manual / by Bradley, Phil,1959-(SAGE)1911913;
An introduction to the Internet -- An introduction to search engines -- Free text search engines -- Index-based search engines -- Multi-search engines -- Natural-language search engines -- Finding images, sounds and multimedia information -- Finding people -- Other available database resources -- Virtual libraries and gateways -- Intelligent agents -- Usenet newsgroups and mailing lists -- The information mix and into the future -- Forty tips and hints for better and quicker searching -- Sources for further help and assistance -- HTML for a search engines home page -- Country codes -- URLs mentioned in the book.
Subjects: Internet searching;
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Search Engine Optimization All-in-One For Dummies : by Clay, Bruce.(DLC)1587276;
Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- About This Book -- Foolish Assumptions -- Icons Used in This Book -- Beyond the Book -- Where to Go from Here -- Book I: How Search Engines Work -- Chapter 1: Putting Search Engines in Context -- Identifying Search Engine Users -- Figuring Out Why People Use Search Engines -- Discovering the Necessary Elements for Getting High Keyword Rankings -- Understanding the Search Engines: They're a Community -- Chapter 2: Meeting the Search Engines -- Finding the Common Threads among the Engines -- Getting to Know the Major Engines -- Checking Out the Rest of the Field:AOL and Ask.com -- Finding Your Niche: Vertical Engines -- Discovering Internal Site Search -- Understanding Metasearch Engines -- Chapter 3: Recognizing and Reading Search Results -- Reading the Search Engine Results Page -- Understanding How People Look at Search Results -- Identifying Mobile Users' Search Patterns -- Discovering the Features of a Search Results Page -- Chapter 4: Getting Your Site to Appear in the Right Results -- Seeking Traffic, Not Ranking -- Avoiding Spam -- Understanding Personalized Search's Impact on Ranking -- Using News, Images, Books, and Other Search Verticals to Rank -- Showing Up in Local Search Results -- Making the Most of Paid Search Results -- Chapter 5: Knowing What Drives Search Results -- Using Advanced Search Operators -- Understanding Long-Tail Queries -- Using Predictive Search as a Research Assistant -- Chapter 6: Spam Issues: When Search Engines Get Fooled -- Understanding What Spam Is -- Discovering the Types of Spam -- Reporting Spam -- Avoiding Being Evil: Ethical Search Marketing -- Realizing That There Are No Promises or Guarantees -- Following the SEO Code of Ethics -- Book II: Keyword Strategy -- Chapter 1: Employing Keyword Research Techniques and Tools -- Discovering Your Site Theme.Doing Your Industry and Competitor Research -- Researching Client Niche Keywords -- Checking Out Seasonal Keyword Trends -- Evaluating Keyword Research -- Chapter 2: Selecting Keywords -- Selecting the Proper Keyword Phrases -- Reinforcing versus Diluting Your Theme -- Picking Keywords Based on Subject Categories -- Understanding Keyword-Based Search versus Semantic Search -- Chapter 3: Exploiting Pay Per Click Lessons Learned -- Analyzing Your Pay Per Click Campaigns for Clues about Your Site -- Reducing Costs by Overlapping Pay Per Click with Natural Keyword Rankings -- Chapter 4: Assigning Keywords to Pages -- Understanding What a Search Engine Sees as Keywords -- Planning Subject Theme Categories -- Choosing Landing Pages for Subject Categories -- Organizing Your Primary and Secondary Subjects -- Understanding Siloing "Under the Hood" -- Consolidating Themes to Help Search Engines See Your Relevance -- Chapter 5: Adding and Maintaining Keywords -- Understanding Keyword Frequency and Distribution -- Adjusting Keywords -- Updating Keywords -- Using Tools to Aid Keyword Placement -- Book III: Competitive Positioning -- Chapter 1: Identifying Your Competitors -- Getting to Know the Competition -- Figuring Out the Real Competition -- Knowing Thyself: Recognizing Your Business Advantages -- Looking at Conversion as a Competitive Measure -- Recognizing the Difference between Traffic and Conversion -- Determining True Competitors by Their Measures -- Sweating the Small Stuff -- Chapter 2: Competitive Research Techniques and Tools -- Realizing That High Rankings Are Achievable -- Getting All the Facts on Your Competitors -- Calculating the Requirements for Rankings -- Penetrating the Veil of Search Engine Secrecy -- Diving into SERP Research -- Chapter 3: Applying Collected Data -- Sizing Up Your Page Construction -- Learning from Your Competitors' Links.Taking Cues from Your Competitors' Content Structure -- Book IV: SEO Web Design -- Chapter 1: The Basics of SEO Web Design -- Deciding on the Type of Content for Your Site -- Making a User-Focused Website -- Choosing Keywords -- Using Keywords in the Heading Tags -- Keeping the Code Clean -- Organizing Your Assets -- Naming Your Files -- Keeping Design Simple -- Making a Site Dynamic -- Making Your Site Mobile Friendly -- Developing a Design Procedure -- Chapter 2: Building an SEO-Friendly Site -- Preplanning and Organizing Your Site -- Designing Spider-Friendly Code -- Creating a Theme and Style -- Writing Rich Text Content -- Planning Your Navigation Elements -- Implementing a Site Search -- Incorporating Engagement Objects into Your Site -- Allowing for Expansion -- Developing an Update Procedure -- Balancing Usability and Conversion -- Chapter 3: Building a Mobile-Friendly Site -- Choosing the Right Mobile Approach -- Designing for a Mobile User -- Making Mobile a Part of Your SEO Strategy -- Testing Mobile Friendliness -- Chapter 4: Making Your Page Search Engine Compatible -- Optimizing HTML Constructs for Search Engines -- Enriching Your Site with Rich Snippets -- Using Clean Code -- Making Your Site W3C-Compliant -- Externalizing the Code -- Choosing the Right Navigation -- Chapter 5: Perfecting Navigation and Linking Techniques -- Formulating a Category Structure -- Selecting Landing Pages -- Absolute versus Relative Linking -- Dealing with Less-than-Ideal Types of Navigation -- Naming Links -- Book V: Creating Content -- Chapter 1: Selecting a Stylefor Your Audience -- Knowing Your Demographic -- Creating a Dynamic Tone -- Choosing a Content Style -- Developing a Blog -- Using Personas to Define Your Audience -- Chapter 2: Establishing Content Depth and Page Length -- Building Enough Content to Rank Well -- Developing Ideas for Content.Using Various Types of Content -- Optimizing Images -- Mixing in Video -- Making the Text Readable -- Allowing User Input -- Creating User Engagement -- Writing a Call to Action -- Chapter 3: Adding Keyword-Specific Content -- Creating Your Keyword List -- Developing Content Using Your Keywords -- Optimizing the Content -- Finding Tools for Keyword Integration -- Competitive Analysis Tools -- Chapter 4: Adapting Your Content for Local Search -- Taking Advantage of Local Search -- Optimizing Content for Local Searches -- Chapter 5: Dealing with Duplicate Content -- Sources of Duplicate Content and How to Resolve Them -- Duplication by Outsiders -- Chapter 6: Crediting Your Content -- Factoring in Intellectual Property Considerations -- Chapter 7: Using SEO to Build Your Brand -- Selecting Keywords for Branding Purposes -- How to Build Your Brand through Search -- Using Engagement Objects to Promote Your Brand -- Building a Community -- Book VI: Linking -- Chapter 1: Employing Linking Strategies -- Theming Your Site by Subject -- Implementing Clear Subject Themes -- Siloing -- Making the Most of Outbound Links -- Obtaining Inbound Links -- Chapter 2: Structuring Internal Links -- Subject Theming Structure -- Optimizing Link Equity -- Creating and Maintaining Silos -- Building a Silo: An Illustrated Guide -- Maintaining Your Silos -- Including Traditional Sitemaps -- Using an XML Sitemap -- Chapter 3: Obtaining Links -- Understanding the Benefits and Risks of Link Building -- Identifying Quality Links -- Attracting Links -- How Not to Obtain Links -- Chapter 4: Vetting Inbound Links -- Identifying Inbound Links -- Avoiding Poor-Quality Links -- Dealing with Search Engine Spam -- Chapter 5: Connecting with Social Networks -- Making Use of Blogs -- Discovering Social News Sites -- Promoting Media on Social Networking Sites -- Optimizing Social Media.Social Signals as Search-Ranking Factors -- Building Community -- Incorporating Interactivity -- Book VII: Optimizing the Foundations -- Chapter 1: Server Issues: Why Your Server Matters -- Meeting the Servers -- Making Sure That Your Server Is Healthy, Happy, and Fast -- Excluding Pages and Sites from the Search Engines -- Creating Custom 404 Error Pages -- Fixing Dirty IPs and Other "Bad Neighborhood" Issues -- Serving Your Site to Different Devices -- Chapter 2: Domain Names: What Your URL Says about You -- Selecting Your Domain Name -- Registering Your Domain Name -- Covering All Your Bases -- Pointing Multiple Domains to a Single Site Correctly -- Choosing the Right Hosting Provider -- Understanding Subdomains -- Chapter 3: Using Redirects for SEO -- Discovering the Types of Redirects -- Reconciling Your www and Non-www URLs -- Chapter 4: Implementing 301 Redirects -- Getting the Details on How 301 Redirects Work -- Implementing a 301 Redirect in Apache .htaccess Files -- Implementing a 301 Redirect on an NGINX Server -- Implementing a 301 Redirect on a Microsoft IIS Server -- Using Alternate Ways to Redirect a Page -- Chapter 5: Watching Your Backend: Content Management System Troubles -- Avoiding SEO Problems Caused by Content Management Systems -- Choosing the Right Content Management System -- Customizing Your CMS for SEO -- Optimizing Your Hosted E-Commerce Site -- Avoiding Problems with JavaScript Frameworks -- Chapter 6: Solving SEO Roadblocks -- Inviting Spiders to Your Site -- Avoiding 302 Hijacks -- Handling Secure Server Problems -- Book VIII: Analyzing Results -- Chapter 1: Employing Site Analytics -- Discovering Web Analytics Basics -- Measuring Your Success -- Examining Analytics Packages -- Log Files Analysis -- Chapter 2: Tracking Behavior with Web Analytics -- Measuring Website Usability -- Tracking Conversions.Tracking the Success of Your SEO Project.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Internet searching.; Web search engines.;
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How Do I Find Information Online?. by Yearling, Tricia.(DLC)1613307;
Cover -- Title Page -- Words to Know -- Contents -- 1. What Is Research? -- 2. Starting Your Research -- 3. Starting with the Source -- 4. Choose Carefully -- 5. Become an Expert Researcher -- Learn More -- Index -- Copyright -- Back Cover.Learn about search engines, reliable sources, and the best way to conduct research online. From World Book to Google, this book will teach you the best way to research using the World Wide Web.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Internet searching-Juvenile literature.;
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Power Searching the Internet. by Hennig, Nicole.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. Using Google Effectively -- Special Features -- Advanced Search Features -- Personalization -- Privacy of Your Google Data -- Other Privacy Tools -- 2. Using Other Google Sites Effectively -- Google News -- Google Translate -- Google Books -- Google Scholar -- Google Maps -- 3. Multimedia Searching -- Google Images Search -- Finding Images with Licenses That Allow Reuse -- Reverse Image Search -- Searching for Videos on Google -- YouTube Filters -- Vimeo Search -- 4. Social Media Searching -- Twitter Search -- Facebook as a Search Engine -- Instagram Search -- Pinterest Search -- 5. Finding Old Websites -- Using the Wayback Machine from Internet Archive -- Using Google's Cache -- 6. Data, Statistics, Comparisons -- Using Wolfram Alpha -- 7. Conclusion -- Things to Remember -- Resources-Learning More -- Notes -- Index -- About the Author.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Effective Internet Search [electronic resource (video)] : Basic Tools and Advanced Strategies / by Cambridge Educational (Firm)(SAGE)1949743; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
A Brief History (5:00) -- Getting Started (3:10) -- Types of Sources (3:29) -- Basic Research Skills (3:05) -- Advanced Research Tools: Boolean Operators (2:42) -- Advanced Research Tools: Symbols (3:42) -- Advanced Research Tools: (4:02) -- Fast Facts and Terms to Remember (1:22) -- Credits: 'Effective Internet Search: Basic Tools and Advanced Strategies' (1:00)Formed decades ago from a small pool of data sources, the Internet has grown into a seemingly endless ocean of information-in which today's young researcher can easily get lost. This video introduces strategic, study-related online search methods that teenage or college-level viewers may not be familiar with, especially if they're accustomed to the more recreational side of the Internet. Outlining ways to formulate initial questions about a topic, the program offers examples of frequently used search engines (from Google to specialized databases) and how to take advantage of them using keywords, quotation marks, Boolean operators, nesting, wildcard and truncation symbols, and other typed-in directives. Result-oriented topics are also featured, including: the differences between primary, secondary, and tertiary sources; the best criteria for confirming the legitimacy of a particular Web site; and helpful techniques for searching within a site.6 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Composition (Language arts); Computer networks; Computer-assisted instruction; Educational technology; Instructional systems; Internet.; Journalism; Mass media; Publishers and publishing.; Reading.; Research; Telecommunication; Writing;
© [2011], c2011., Films Media Group,
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What Is a Search Engine and How Do I Use It? [electronic resource] : The Systems, Validity, and Ethics of Scientific Inquiry by Gray, Leon.; Killcoyne, Hope.;
CoverThis handy guide to search engines allows readers to learn the tricks to using these Internet-indexing services to their maximum potential. With an informative history of the development of search engines, this book teaches readers how this essential tool for the Web has advanced in its technology for categorizing websites and then pulling them up for users at the click of a search button. From an electronic ""spider"" that crawls the World Wide Web looking for new web pages to the meta tags and hash codes that have come to help optimize results, this book covers the early days of Yahoo and We
Subjects: Electronic books.; Internet searching; Internet.; Web search engines;
© 2014., Britannica Educational Publishing,
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Instant Google Map Maker Starter [electronic resource]. by Oscar, Limoke.;
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.packtpub.com; packtLib.packtpub.com; Table of Contents; Instant Google Map Maker Starter; So, what is Google Map Maker?; System requirements; Quick start; Common issues in Google Map Maker; The Map Maker interface; Search; Review area; Map view area; Map controls; Edit control; Personal/User area; View; Contributors; Scale; Top features you need to know about; Adding new Features to Google Maps; Points or Points of Interest (POI); Polygons; Lines; Directions; Editing existing features; Points/ POI; Lines; PolygonsReviewing and moderating edits/featuresBrowse features; Sharing edits on Google Plus; People and places you should get to know; Google Map Maker forum; Google Map Maker moderation guidelines; Map Makerpedia; Google Lat Long blog; Map Maker Social; Downloading Google Map Maker data; Watching live edits in Map MakerGet to grips with a new technology, understand what it is and what it can do for you, and then get to work with the most important features and tasks.This is a practical, example-rich Starter which helps you with the skills needed to learn Google Map Maker.This book is intended for those who would like to understand how Google maps are created and are interested in creating their own maps in Google Map Maker. No special skills or system requirements are necessary. You will very quickly understand how the Google Map Maker platform and community work and have your own map edits by the end of you
Subjects: Electronic books.; Google.; Internet searching; Web search engines;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Instant Google Compute Engine [electronic resource]. by Papaspyrou, Alexander.;
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.packtpub.com; packtlib.packtpub.com; Table of Contents; Instant Google Compute Engine; So, what is Google Compute Engine?; Installation; Step 1 - what do I need?; Step 2 - creating a project on the Google Cloud Console; Step 3 - preparing your computer; Step 4 - configuring your project; And that's it!!; Quick start - creating your first compute instance; Step 1 - adding an instance; Step 2 - logging into your instance; Step 3 - serving a web page; Step 4 - deleting your instance; Top 5 features you need to know about1 - managing a project2 - running a compute instance; Starting an instance; Checking the status of an instance; Logging in to your instance; Transferring files from and to an instance; Restarting your instance; Deleting an instance; 3 - setting up and securing your network; The network object; The firewall object; The routes object; 4 - attaching disks to your machines and taking snapshots; Scratch disks; Persistent disks; Snapshots; Migration; 5 - Using regions and zones; People and places you should get to know; Official Sites; Articles and tutorials; Community; Blogs; TwitterGet to grips with a new technology, understand what it is and what it can do for you, and then get to work with the most important features and tasks. This book is a step-by-step guide to installing and using Google Compute Engine.""Instant Google Compute Engine"" is great for developers and operators who are new to Cloud computing, and who are looking to get a good grounding in using Infrastructure-as-a-Service as part of their daily work. It's assumed that you will have some experience with the Linux operating system as well as familiarity with the concept of virtualization technologies, suc
Subjects: Electronic books.; Google.; Internet searching; Web search engines;
© 2013., Packt Publishing,
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Instant Google Compute Engine [electronic resource]. by Papaspyrou, Alexander.;
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.packtpub.com; packtlib.packtpub.com; Table of Contents; Instant Google Compute Engine; So, what is Google Compute Engine?; Installation; Step 1 - what do I need?; Step 2 - creating a project on the Google Cloud Console; Step 3 - preparing your computer; Step 4 - configuring your project; And that's it!!; Quick start - creating your first compute instance; Step 1 - adding an instance; Step 2 - logging into your instance; Step 3 - serving a web page; Step 4 - deleting your instance; Top 5 features you need to know about1 - managing a project2 - running a compute instance; Starting an instance; Checking the status of an instance; Logging in to your instance; Transferring files from and to an instance; Restarting your instance; Deleting an instance; 3 - setting up and securing your network; The network object; The firewall object; The routes object; 4 - attaching disks to your machines and taking snapshots; Scratch disks; Persistent disks; Snapshots; Migration; 5 - Using regions and zones; People and places you should get to know; Official Sites; Articles and tutorials; Community; Blogs; TwitterGet to grips with a new technology, understand what it is and what it can do for you, and then get to work with the most important features and tasks. This book is a step-by-step guide to installing and using Google Compute Engine.""Instant Google Compute Engine"" is great for developers and operators who are new to Cloud computing, and who are looking to get a good grounding in using Infrastructure-as-a-Service as part of their daily work. It's assumed that you will have some experience with the Linux operating system as well as familiarity with the concept of virtualization technologies, suc
Subjects: Electronic books.; Google.; Internet searching; Web search engines;
© 2013., Packt Publishing,
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