This gives everyone the perfect opportunity to check out SearchQB.com so they can find the exact information they want, when they want it. In football, clock management is crucial -- time is of the essence. Sometimes it's that way on the Internet as well.
Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) April 26, 2007
Finding the perfect player to draft can be backbreaking work for an NFL general manager. Locating relevant information about football on the Internet can be equally painful for the rest of us. Just in time to search through the deluge of information and analysis that will come from coverage of this weekend's NFL draft, Rokland LLC has announced the launch of SearchQB.com, a new search engine devoted exclusively to the sport of football.
"Regular search engines display results based primarily on keywords alone, they don't have the ability to determine relevancy," stated Jason Opdyke, the project manager for SearchQB.com. "If you search for 'scouting' on a regular search engine, most of the results you will see are about boy scouts. SearchQB.com knows that you are looking for results related to football, so the pages returned at our search engine will be about football scouting. There are so many football fans out there, it's about time they had a search engine of their own."
SearchQB.com is not just for fans though. It is a useful tool for scouts, GMs, and journalists as well. It gives more topical results than a regular search engine because it gives precedence to football related web sites based on a manual review of the quality, relevancy, and timeliness of their content. "The human aspect of search has been missing," continued Opdyke. "When you call an 800 number, the automated voice can be helpful sometimes, but speaking to a human usually gets you the answers you are looking for much quicker. While it keeps our staff very busy, our manual review process is one of a kind in that it allows us to make sure you are getting results custom tailored to your search. Our site review submission program is also a great way for new or unknown sites to be considered for higher placement in search results, since we give greater weight to content versus popularity."
SearchQB.com is currently online and fully accessible, though the official launch day is April 28, 2007 to coincide with the NFL Draft. "I know a lot of football fans, myself included, will be looking for relevant news and data about NFL draft picks and trades this weekend," added Opdyke. "This gives everyone the perfect opportunity to check out SearchQB.com so they can find the exact information they want, when they want it. In football, clock management is crucial -- time is of the essence. Sometimes it's that way on the Internet as well."
More information about SearchQB.com can be found in the About Us section of their official web site, which is http://www.searchqb.com.