Content Delivery Network | Market Report

‘Increasing volume of data on the internet to drive market growth’ From now until 2021, MarketsandMarkets is predicting huge growth for the Content Delivery Network (CDN) market from just over $6 billion to over $23 billion; this works out at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 30%.For the most part, this will be a result of the excess video content available as well as an increase in the digitization trend.Currently, there are factors restricting growth within the CDN market including connectivity problems and latency. Continue Reading

Facebook Pass Google in UK

Facebook Pass Google in UK Facebook Pass Google in UKFor one day but only one day Facebook beating in Christmas Google Giant in United Kindom, the massive traffic for the Christmas make Fb more popular for 10.50 % of all Britain’s Internet visits and Google get only around 9.77 %. This year in March Facebook become the more popular website for U.S.A. nation. Continue Reading

The Future Search Engine

future search engine 150x150 The Future Search EngineTRADITIONAL SEARCH ENGINE TECHNOLOGY

Search Engines have been a great involvement in the evolution of the WWW, since its first steps in the early 90’s: simply put, the technology behind them changed the way information retrieval operated on the WWW, and gave faster access to an increasingly larger corpus of ever-expanding Continue Reading

Web Ranking and Semantics

screenhunter 01 sep 16 1906.thumbnail Web Ranking and SemanticsMETA-data and web ranking by John Gekas

Web ranking methodologies applied by search engines rely on a variety of ranking factors; however, one of the most fundamental factors that has been employed for ranking purposes is the HTML META-tags. In a few words, META tags consist of descriptive keywords Continue Reading

Web Ranking Algorithms and Applications

web rank search webandrank blog.thumbnail Web Ranking Algorithms and ApplicationsDisclaimer: the following posting for the Webandrank blog is based on the research paper titled “Web Service Ranking in Service Networks” by John Gekas, accepted at the 3rd European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2006), as well as other copyrighted material, referenced at the end of the posting. For more information on the presented subjects and the accompanying research papers, please visit

Web Ranking Algorithms and Applications – an introduction

Web Ranking basics

From the SEO marketing point of view, it is assumed that ranking of web sites / documents depends on 2 main factors:
1.    Relativity of the website content to the search terms in question, and
2.    Popularity of the website.

In other words, the more relevant the website’s content is deemed in comparison to specific search terms, the higher it will rank. Furthermore, the more popular a website is (ie. the more traffic it generates and/or the more links it has), the more “authoritative” it is considered to be, and thus the higher it is ranked. Continue Reading