Any of you use it?
Any of you use it?
I think, that better question in this case is "will anybody search using it?". And I doubt it...
Software submission service for developers and website optimization and submission services.
I went to check it out, twice. The first time I did a basic search to see what would come up using search terms I search on often, since that's my business: weight loss.
It came up with a lot of hits, so I next checked using some specific terms (NLP weight loss, and EFT weight loss), and it gave me the same results as the earlier search which tells me it ignored the words it didn't have indexed (EFT or NLP) and just gave me the same generic search. Not very useful, IMO.
Then, I came back for a second look before posting this, so I again entered EFT weight loss, and now I've waited almost six minutes, and I'm still waiting, so sorry but I can't even write a good post for lack of a result. Not good.
You know how they say, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression" well this is a good example of a real poor first impression.
I doubt I'll be back for a third try.
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I was curious, b/c the samething happened to me. i searched and it took forever.
It is a catchy name (Azoos I mean), but I guess it proves the point in your quote by Voltaire:Originally Posted by WEBGuru
"A witty saying proves nothing."
- Voltaire (1694-1778
What an enormous waste of storage space and bandwidth (Azoos, that is).
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I had to try,
Well... got the same results as the ones above.. nothing. They charge a bundle for submissions too. I wonder where they get their data from?
Web World directory
I agree about the catchy name. And here's my whimsical Friday thought of the moment --Originally Posted by minstrel
(please adopt your best "Andy Rooney" voice & mannerisms when reading the following question)
Why is it that many search engines adopt the "oooooooh" sound? Is "ooooooooh" becoming the international sound for identifying a search engine site?
Will Network Solutions make me prove that I intend to open up a search engine site if I try to register the domains for:
- Rooooomers (a vertical search portal for gossip) or
- Taloooooooolah (a search engine for campy actresses)
- Loooooooosers (a dating service for the socially challenged?)
Ok. Ok. Sorry.
Voltaire has obviously left the building!
LOLOriginally Posted by maniactive
I've said it before and I'll say it again:
"you have got to lay off the cough syrup... seriously, dudette... we're worried about you..."