Redding, Connecticut – (The Hosting News) – July 31, 2007 – Third Door Media’s Search Engine Land, has launched a new column. Search On Search is written by employees of search engines, with columnists free to discuss technical details of how search engines work, including opinion pieces that may be independent of the official position of the search firms that employ them.
In addition, the Search On Search column will appear from time to time at Search Engine Land. In the debut article, Ask.com’s Director of Online Information Resources, Gary Price, talks about the increasing importance of archiving digital content. Mr. Price argues that not enough is currently being done to preserve the ephemeral content posted to the web and elsewhere. He also discusses a service that makes it easy for organizations to create and maintain searchable archives of content at relatively low cost. The information may be accessed through: Of Permanent Value: Archiving The Web.
Third Door Media’s mission is to empower interactive marketers and others by providing the quality, trusted content they need to be successful. Offering an engaged community to advertisers, sponsors, exhibitors and partners, the firm endeavors to create opportunities for vendors. Third Door Media publishes web sites, and produces in-person events and webcasts. Each of the three brands – Search Engine Land, Search Marketing Expo, and Search Marketing Now – seeks to foster continuing education, evolution and engagement for the search industry community.
To learn more about the debut article, please visit: http://searchengineland.com/070723-134924.php.
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