Twenty Five Years of Smileys

The ubiquitous smiley-face 🙂 emotion, created in 1982 by Carnegie Mellon University, Computer Science Research Professor Scott E. Fahlman, turned 25 on September 19.

By stringing together a colon, hyphen and a parenthesis, Fahlman gave computer users a tool to express emotion in their email messages. For the first time, people were able to communicate humor or positive feelings with a smile, or express negative feelings with a frown 🙁

The little characters have helped dispel misunderstandings and spread smiles for a quarter of a century now. Hoping for many more years of smileys.

Do Search Engines Should Charge for listing?-II

Our yesterday article of “Do Search Engine Should Charge for listing?” has got us a response that’s why we are now extending this topic further. We received some views of people telling us that this should not happen or if this will happen will create a huge issue for the small webmasters. As per the received views some were saying google will start charging approx $200 for listing…etc.

Now we think visitors completely misunderstood our content. The point which was raised in the first article was that the search should be differentiated or divided into categories. As in google we find options of choosing our own country for the search results or from the web. Like this only the search should be further categorized into commercial and non-commercial groups.

This can be easily done and as per i think on this. This could be easily implemented in the algorithm of google and various search engines. As there is not much work. Its simple for a bot to detect and buy button or a shopping cart of a payment processor link implemented (other than the donation links).

Now we got some views that the some commercial sites share information for free just to add content to their sites. Okay I agree! but if this method is implemented the commercial site should have a different domain to share this information and the same site will be submitted in the non-commercial index. How would this help ? Simple! this will hence provide a free backlink for lifetime to the site and if the non-commercial sites PR jumped it would be rather helpful to the site.

Now the question of charging. We did not exactly mean the search engine should start charging fees for listing, but if this implementation is worth some check and reviewing then they should charge nominally and i think that $1 is the maximum limit for commercial sites. I dont this listing with this cost is heavy to anyone who is working commercially.

Hence; this will create a new era in search technology. The people will get what he wants to.

Tags: search engines, advertisement, google, listing, sites, search index

Do Search Engines Should Charge for listing?

Today everybody is using search engines for whatever reason it may be, so my attention is towards this only. Do search engines charge some sort of fees for commercial websites and not for non-commercial websites?

Now you must be saying that what’s the difference from the user point! The difference is when user is searching on the search engines he can choose from the option to get the commercial or non-commercial website results.

This will affect the search in so many ways. As if the person want something for free just for the knowledge or he is willing to pay for the particular information/product. This will make search easier to simple search user. As the simple user who wants to search for some information about just for example say about any course material, user sometimes gets the irrelevant results which is not of his need. Resulting in waste of time on the search engines or different search websites.

If the same user finds the option to choose from the commercial websites/non-commercial websites his time would be eventually saved.

I think all search engines should implement this method. I hope this method is time consuming but once implemented this would make search engines a real heaven for the information.

As long as user point of view is concerned user will be happier to search for topics pertaining to more users to search on search engines.