Maybe you could use a link to the search engine too:The AMIGA Search Engine
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This is old news...
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I know that iAMIGA is old news.The new deal is that pages, without the word "amiga" in the url ( or address) can be indexed if someone types it into the comments of the page above.If "amiga" IS in the URL, it should be indexed allready, and have shown up in results for a long time now.
"404 Not Found" for the myopera link.What about a page directly on the iamiga website?
Last edited by elwood on 01-Apr-2008 at 11:26 AM.
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I tried the link and I got the following:404 Not Found
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Sorry, i have cleaned the link above from strange signals, now i looks like this:http://my.opera.com/iAMIGA/blog/this-is-the-iamiga-search-engines-official-and-fully-automated-spider-pageOr, if this stops working, go to the front page of my blog and click the post:http://my.opera.com/iAMIGA/blog/
Absolutely NO response!!!Why not???PS:up to:" Anonymous writes:http://www.petergordon.org.uk/ "-I wrote all the comments myself, just to get you started, and right now that meens that no-one else wrote anything
Last edited by iAMIGA on 05-Apr-2008 at 06:35 AM.
give it time the community is tiny these daysPage works fine but very slow at loading on my 2meg connection
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@EarthlingThat's true.Last year when it launched and at April 1st, it got 500+ hits in a day, so i'm just spoiled now.I cleaned up the page, i hope it's faster because it's supposed to become a monster soon.