(PRWEB) July 27, 2009
Bradenton, FL A small tech startup called the SEO Engine(TM) (http://www.seoengine.com) has developed a new type of Search Engine technology that may enhance major Search Engines in the coming years. The Bradenton, FL company has developed a patent pending user interface called a Search Engine Optimization Engine(R), which discloses highly secret Search Engine scoring algorithms to show precisely how and why a Search Engine ranks any Website, Webpage, and Link on the Internet. Webmasters and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Professionals, who currently utilize various Search Engine Webmaster Tools like analytics to gauge the success of their Websites, will see this new technology as a huge advantage for any Website's SEO and Search Engine Marketing (http://www.seoengine.com/testimonials.htm).
Today's top Search Engines like Bing, Google, and Yahoo! all started this Website analysis trend by offering limited interactive portals for Webmasters to view a Website's performance on Search Engines. Such portals offer tools to track visitors, monitor the progress of PPC ads, and see which Webpages are the most popular amongst specific users. The SEO Engine(TM) has essentially taken the next leap, offering complete transparency into the Website not from the visitor's perspective, but from the Search Engine's. This technology shows users what their Website looks like to a Search Engine, in precise detail, down to how each Link was scored. The SEO Engine's Webpage and Link "Scorecards" break down each penalty, show why that penalty was assessed, and then explain how to use the information to enhance the Website's ranking on any Search Engine (http://www.seoengine.com/seo-engine-features.htm).
SEO Engine(TM) Co-Founder and President, Marketing and Operations, Maura Stouffer, discusses why this type of technology may be soon absorbed by the larger Search Engines: "We believe that revealing closely guarded Search Engine algorithms to the public may prove to be an unforeseen advantage to a Search Engine. The status quo tends to think that this would never happen -- after all, for ages Search Engines have been in a battle with spammers and 'black hat' SEO tactics, trying to keep their Search Results relevant. However, this is where the industry is changing. Search Engine algorithms are becoming so fail-proof that there really isn't much need to hide them from the public anymore." She goes on to say that, "Companies like ours are starting to realize that by opening these Search Engine tactics up to the public, they are essentially cleaning up the Internet, eliminating useless SEO techniques and millions of garbage Webpages from their keyword search results, in addition to reducing the massive amounts of spam filtering that Search Engines must do."
Search Engine ranking algorithms have grown numerous and highly targeted in recent years. Stouffer says the SEO Engine's philosophy, as a Search Engine itself, is that "…all Search Engines are solving the same business problems, and by offering a view into what problems a Search Engine is solving for, it does not necessarily offer the user the exact algorithm, but rather the concepts behind them. The disclosure of such concepts only helps to enable tools and technology to develop, inevitably improving not only Websites, but Search results."
To see this futuristic Search Engine interface and test your Website's Search Engine worthiness, visit: http://search.seoengine.com.
Webmasters, SEOs, and Web Designers will find SEO Engine OEM Packages, which include a Private Label Interface, the ability to create White Label reports, and Lead Tracking & Generation, to be a great advantage over their competition. Visit: http://www.seoengine.com/oem-packages.htm to learn more.