Posts Tagged ‘search engine optimisation’
Sunday, June 12th, 2011
Built in 1420 and Situated in the heart of East Looe Cornwall in the famous backstreets, only 100yds from Looe Seafront, the Smugglers Cott has been serving quality food for over 50 years with a ledgendary 600 year old History.
The Looe restaurant seats 65 and specialises in Local Seafood and Prime Steaks along with its now famous Carvery. From locally caught seafood to famous hand-cut chargrilled steaks, the Smugglers Cott has a menu that wont disappoint!
Monday, February 25th, 2008
Early examples of such work come from Broder (2002), who highlighted the different forms of queries that users of Web search engines issue. He classified queries into navigational queries (where goal is to find a particular web site; informal queries (where the user is seeking information on a particular topic and transactional queries (where the user is looking to find sites, which themselves have to be searched to locate required information) (Amati et al 2007: 597).
Amati, G., Carpineto, C. & Romano, G. (2007) Advances in Information Retrieval, Springer