Getting off the Beaten Track: Specialized Web Search Engines

Sullivan, Danny
October 1998
Searcher;Oct98, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p49
Trade Publication
Presents information on specialized Web search engines in the United States. How to create a specialty search engine; Details on domain filtering, a process of localizing a general Web-index; Comparison between the custom crawling and domain filtering; Features of Yahoo!.


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