Web Directory nirvana is quick finding for searchers and quick submitting for URL submitters. WebSqurl is halfway to web directory nirvana because quick URL submission is a reality. Quick search is not coded yet, but it is on the road map. Websqurl categories are part submitting a URL and these category keywords will provide the first level of web content organization. Secondary categories will also be used to help web searchers find content.
Building a Keyword Database
As more URLs, categories, and subcategories are added to the database patterns of keyword usage, keyword frequency and keyword adjacency will emerge. Keywords that keep the web directory as flat as possible are desirable because they mean fewer clicks to find the right web content. As more URLs are submitted to the database the need for smart organization is key. The web directory structure will get deeper and additional organization techniques will be required.
Ranking, SERP and SEO
As searchers search down the web directory they will ultimately land at a SERP or Search Engine Results Page. A SERP could also be called a search engine ranking page. Initial SERP rankings will be based on a first-come-first-SERP basis However, after I add user logins, users will be able to rank URLs. I eventually want to add keyword relevancy to the rankings. I might as well recast the term SEO to mean “search engine organization” for this paragraph rather than “search engine optimization”. I plan to use keyword SEO as well as user rankings to organize SERP content.
Back to Web Directory Nirvana
The web directory game is that of chicken and egg. Web directories need content to draw both searchers and search results. Searchers provide rankings, and well-ranked content brings searchers back. And of course, searchers provide traffic, which makes the web directory more attractive to searchers, search engines and full circle to URL submitters. Searchers are looking for SEO in the form of “search engine organization” and URL marketers are looking for SEO and SEM in the traditional sense. That’s web directory nirvana.