…Despite the fact that Google goes to great lengths to keep its index fresh by indexing pages that often change every hour, or even every few minutes, and despite its efforts at realtime search (including searching the Twitter firehose), its dominant dataset is dead, while the Web is—each day more so than the last—vibrantly and energetically alive.This whole argument continues kind of ironically: Facebook was created to connect people on the web, not to scrape and index the web like a search engine. Yet, as days go by we're seeing more and more integrations between the social web and search engines, and more algorithmic changes to the way search engines behave.
<h1>About Sashimi<h1>Note-- If you want to further break down your website “outline,” you can label sub-topics with H2 tags, H3 tags and so on.
<h1>About Japanese sushi<h1>
<h1>About American sushi<h1>
<h1>Find sushi near you<h1>
|The Watering Hole - Addwater Marketing Agency's Blog|
|marketing, small business, social media|