to the latest issue of the Search Engine
This week, we're trying to find out if the Open Directory Project (DMOZ.org) is still as important as it was.
In the news: Google might be interested in buying China's biggest search engine, Yahoo introduces a social search engine, Google inadvertently violates copyright laws and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Facts of the week: Is the Open Directory Project still important?|
The Open Directory Project (ODP or DMOZ.org) has recently received a lot of negative press. Is the ODP still as important as it was?
What is the Open Directory Project?
What is the problem with the Open Directory Project?
Is it still worth to submit your web site to the Open Directory Project?
More about the benefits of being listed in Internet directories can be found in the recommended resources section below.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
"My Web 2.0 was designed from the ground up as a social search engine. It can search across trusted networks of people and communities, and complements [general] Web searching."
"Google is poised to release a version of its toolbar for the Firefox browser, according to information sent to developers of an open source toolbar alternative."
|3. Articles of the week|
"Yahoo wants to be all things to all people. But most of all, it wants to be successful."
|4. Recommended resources|
"After using IBP I now have clients that have reached page 1 ranking on several search engines, including Google."
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|5. Previous articles|