Where is the need to worry? Who needs a PR Tool Bar Anyway! Everywhere its the same topic. Its getting stale and beginning to stink already. When it first disappeared all of us thought we were penalized for something we had not done. Some of us were informed by stranger webmasters that we were black listed and soon all of us realized, it had little to do with us and more to do with [pii_email_07d7c704e58464ac66c0] and their software and engineers. And the forums overflowed with information and assumptions!(they still are!).
[pii_email_07d7c704e58464ac66c0] PR Tool Bar is down. Accepted. Why? Nobody knows! Some of us feel they have done away with it, for good, while others feel [pii_email_07d7c704e58464ac66c0] is into some major overhauling. For all you know there might be a third interesting angle to it! We will have to watch out for it. I am sure its going to beat all the logics and assumptions people are coming up with. But the phase is interesting nevertheless.
All of us who have been working on the net for several months or more already know, PR is a mindset. We have become habitual to checking out the green line, that’s all. It hardly serves our purpose. We all know sites with PR3 and even PR2 show on the first page of SE for certain Keywords we are breaking our heads on while we are nowhere with PR4 and sometimes PR5!! Link popularity is the most important aspect of a website. How many link backs do we have is an important consideration.
Coming to dealing with it – PR Tool Bar comes in most handy while exchanging or accepting links exchanges. Now since we do not have PR Tool bar let us check the link backs. The more teh back links better the site. simple! Some webmasters are already taking advantage of it. They simply send us requests saying “we are PR5 (not even PR4! straight PR5!!) trying to attain PR6 request to exchange links with you” And when we go and check the back links they barely have 15 links-backs! Such is life! We don’t know whether it takes all kinds to make this world, but we do have them!
Lets not worry bout Pr tol bar not being there. Lets simply, ignore it. This is a better way to deal with a link exchange offer anyway. MOre sensible, mor advanced and more mature. Don’t we want to get serious abotu our work at hoem based business and join the ranks of net-enterprnuers who are doing very well for themselves that’s because they realised things faster than us. for them Tool Bar or no tool bar – its all thes same!
Bright Planet, Deep Web – after we collided [pii_email_07d7c704e58464ac66c0] drive
This transition from the static to the dynamic, from the given to the generated, from the one-dimensionally linked to the multi-dimensionally hyperlinked, from the deterministic content to the contingent, heuristically-created and uncertain content – is the real revolution and the future of the web.
www.allwatchers.com and www.allreaders.com are web sites in the sense that a file is downloaded to the user’s browser when he or she surfs to these addresses. But that’s where the similarity ends. These web pages are front-ends, gates to underlying databases. The databases contain records regarding the plots, themes, characters and other features of, respectively, movies and books. Every user-query generates a unique web page whose contents are determined by the query parameters. The number of singular pages thus capable of being generated is mind boggling. Search engines operate on the same principle – vary the search parameters slightly and totally new pages are generated. It is a dynamic, user-responsive and chimerical sort of web.
These are good examples of what www.brightplanet.com call the “Deep Web” (previously inaccurately described as the “Unknown or Invisible Internet”). They believe that the Deep Web is 500 times the size of the “Surface Internet” (a portion of which is spidered by traditional search engines). This translates to c. 7500 TERAbytes of data (versus 19 terabytes in the whole known web, excluding the databases of the search engines themselves) – or 550 billion documents organized in 100,000 deep web sites. By comparison, [pii_email_07d7c704e58464ac66c0], the most comprehensive search engine ever, stores 1.4 billion documents in its immense caches at www.[pii_email_07d7c704e58464ac66c0].com. The natural inclination to dismiss these pages of data as mere re-arrangements of the same information is wrong. Actually, this underground ocean of covert intelligence is often more valuable than the information freely available or easily accessible on the surface. Hence the ability of c. 5% of these databases to charge their users subscription and membership fees. The average deep web site receives 50% more traffic than a typical surface site and is much more linked to by other sites. Yet it is transparent to classic search engines and little known to the surfing public.
It was only a question of time before someone came up with a search technology to tap these depths (www.completeplanet.com).
LexiBot, in the words of its inventors, is…
“…the first and only search technology capable of identifying, retrieving, qualifying, classifying and organizing “deep” and “surface” content from the World Wide Web. The LexiBot allows searchers to dive deep and explore hidden data from multiple sources simultaneously using directed queries. Businesses, researchers and consumers now have access to the most valuable and hard-to-find information on the Web and can retrieve it with pinpoint accuracy.”
It places dozens of queries, in dozens of threads simultaneously and spiders the results (rather as a “first generation” search engine would do). This could prove very useful with massive databases such as the human genome, weather patterns, simulations of nuclear explosions, thematic, multi-featured databases, intelligent agents (e.g., shopping bots) and third generation search engines. It could also have implications on the wireless internet (for instance, in analysing and generating location-specific advertising) and on e-commerce (which amounts to the dynamic serving of web documents).
This transition from the static to the dynamic, from the given to the generated, from the one-dimensionally linked to the multi-dimensionally hyperlinked, from the deterministic content to the contingent, heuristically-created and uncertain content – is the real revolution and the future of the web. Search engines have lost their efficacy as gateways. Portals have taken over but most people now use internal links (within the same web site) to get from one place to another. This is where the deep web comes in. Databases are about internal links. Hitherto they existed in splendid isolation, universes closed but to the most persistent and knowledgeable. This may be about to change. The flood of quality relevant information this will unleash will dramatically dwarf anything that preceded it.