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'World's First' Search Engine Wiki

  • Pandia , Friday, November 16, 2007 12:30 PM
Wish there was a Wikipedia for search? Well, so did Kalena and Jerry Jordan, the Australian-based founders of an online Search Engine College, an online search marketing training institute.

Together they've launched, a site that aims to be the "world's first" search-focused wiki. According to Kalena, the service began "as a massive collection of bookmarks, tools and site links that we'd gathered over the past 10 years as search engine optimization consultants."

Users will find lists of international search engines, definitions of common search terms, as well as employment resources, upcoming conference information and an FAQ. In addition, the wiki lists some of the top automated tools and software choices for search marketers.

The idea is promising, but the wiki is lacking in depth in its current iteration. Much like the growth of Wikipedia, a strong community will need to evolve around SearchEngineWiki for it to be of any real value. Anyone can make comments on the existing content, but those with editorial interests should contact Kalena via: kalena [at] searchenginecollege [dot] com.



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