Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) October 12, 2003 -
ExactSeek.com continued to break new ground by teaming with Alexa Internet (an Amazon.com company) to introduce a unique site ranking algorithm based on a combination of content relevancy and Alexa user popularity data.
ExactSeek is the first major search engine to offer several innovative techniques for Web sites to improve their online ranking. The use of Alexa data in ExactSeek's ranking algorithm not only assures web searchers of quality search results, but also offers site owners a means to guage their site ranking within ExactSeek by following Alexa ranking numbers for their web sites.
Jayde Online CEO, Mel Strocen, expects that the inclusion of Alexa ranking data in the ExactSeek ranking formula will cause some waves within the search engine community. "With the exception of Google, the major search engines have offered little in the way of innovation," stated Strocen. "Factoring user popularity into a ranking algorithm is ground-breaking. Link popularity, keyword density and content relevancy are subject to manipulation by savvy webmasters and SEO specialists. User popularity is a far more reliable indicator of where web sites should rank and gives the surfing public some input on the search results they see."
Strocen went on to say that Jayde Online also plans to implement the new ranking algorithm in the 5 other web search engines the company powers or owns and that Alexa site information would be offered in the search results of all six search engines. Jayde's association with Alexa follows quickly on the heels of its recent partnership with Kanoodle.com and its endorsement of the new proprietary Metamend/ExactSeek Meta Tag.
ExactSeek is part of the Jayde Online Network which includes GoArticles.com | SiteProNews.com | AllBusinessNews.com | EzineHub.com and FreeWebSubmission.com. Jayde Online Inc. has been
internet-focused from its inception in 1998 and primarily involved in the publication of email newsletters and the development of niche and general search engines.