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Usually not. Microsoft can claim brand dilution. The lawyers can prove intent because you already admitted intent in your question. The attorneys have to either demonstrate intent, marketplace confusion, or make a compelling argument about how your success would be impossible if you didn't use the "Ving" name.


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This is more of a legal question than a webmaster question, but here goes. It really depends on intent, how good MS's lawyers are at proving intent, and the mood of the judge that would preside over the case. It is perfectly legal for me to create a company called Zony that manufactures leather belts. However, it is gray area for me to create the same ...


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... I have my own search engine with meta search crawling capacity. I installed it on a website and called it ving. ... There are two things that are scary in that statement when combined. Ving and Search Engine. As you know, there is already a search engine called Bing. Given what you told us so far about your creation, it sounds like you're better off ...


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"Bing" is a registered trademark of Microsoft. Trademark law gives them exclusive rights to use that name in the search engine field. It also gives them the right to sue anybody that uses names that might be similar enough to cause confusion in the marketplace. Your name of "Ving" sounds confusingly similar to me. A trademark lawyer would be able to ...


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Is it allowed to have a search engine? Yes. Innovation would be difficult otherwise, Bing! never would've existed because of Google, Google never would've existed because of Yahoo, etc. The tricky part is how you rank your result. The pagerank principle is patented, you can not use that technique, you have to come up with your own methods. Is it legal to ...


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It's very simple. php maintenance/generateSitemap.php \ --fspath sitemap \ --server http://example.org \ --urlpath http://example.org/sitemap See the generateSitemap.php manual for more information. The DIY solutions suggested by the other answers are suboptimal.


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How does a search engine determine the relevance of a video to a search query? They simply checkout the title and description of video and keywords, and other thing is secret from us. Do they look at individual frames of the video? Not at all, Google not looking into videos frame as much deeper, but they can find some other content easily like ...


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Google cannot rank a video but can take clues from code, content, and other activities such as that derived through normal means for a page. This is how Google handles images. I cover this in a short answer here: Does Google OCR and index text in the images?. In short, it is a combination of the mark-up surrounding the image/video, any content below the ...


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Each search engine is different, but all of the factors you mention are important. More important is how you organize your content with the video. Everything matters from your sitemap, markup, etc. There are a lot details around this very subject. Google clearly defines standards and recommendations here: ...


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it means that the user agent Mediapartners-Google will not be allowed to go into any of the directories under /search /search/go blocked /search blocked / not blocked.


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Other answers explain how robots.txt is processed to apply this rule, but don't address why you would want to disallow bots from crawling your search results. One reason might be that your search results are expensive to generate. Telling bots not to crawl those pages could reduce load on your servers. Search results pages are also not great landing ...



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