__/ [ John Bokma ] on Tuesday 11 April 2006 16:28 \__
> Harlan Messinger <hmessinger.removethis@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> The first hit returned for a Google search for the term "nosb" purports
>> to be a page titled "National Ocean Sciences Bowl" at the address
>> www.coreocean.org/. CORE, the organization whose home page this is, does
>> sponsor the NOSB, but the title of that page is "CORE - Consortium for
>> Oceanographic Research and Education - ocean science policy assocation".
>> Where would Google have gotten the wrong title from?
> DMOZ probably
DMOZ becomes Google Directory and anchor text counts too. Look up the term as
well in order to better understand why this happens. This also highlights a
deficiency, of course.
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