Posted: December 5th, 2006, 1:42am PST by QuadsZilla
Perhaps that mentality is part of why:
a significant portion of AOL’s 60 million Web pages simply don’t exist, as far as search engines are concerned. For so long, AOL’s pages were not indexed by Web crawlers, such as those owned by Google Inc. and Yahoo, because they were in a closed network accessible to only paid subscribers. With search as a major driver of Web traffic, AOL has a long way to go to get noticed by Internet users and has been busy tagging its content for indexing by search engines.
“We’re 15 percent of where we want to be” in terms of AOL’s presence in search-engine results, Miller said.
The Jason Calacanis reference on Wolf-Howl should be fun to watch considering how often Jason Calacanis has been referenced in the news. The pages that rank for Jason Calacanis are rather competitive.
Feel free to throw your hat in to the Jason Calacanis SEO Love fest by linking to this Jason Calacanis post or to Michael Grays Jason Calacanis Post. That is, of course, unless you’re of the belief that SEO is bullshit – because then, what would be the point?