Status and prospects of electronic business in Russia and Ukraine.

    Published in the column section his analytical review The state and prospects of electronic business in Russia and Ukraine.
    He has a rather interesting and instructive story.
    I wrote it a month and a half ago, when I actively corresponded with some development teams, in an attempt to give a hint of my ideas, and published on my website
    (The project is still in the sandbox, I’m not working on it temporarily )
    What was my surprise when after a while I saw my article on the site
    with a link to the mythical Web planet !!!
    Well, then from there reprinted with reference to e-commerce, etc.
    Naturally, all my complaints about injustice were ignored.

    In this regard, taking the opportunity, it is interesting to study how search engines have learned to determine the source and duplication of content.
    Since in my article I used the terms I coined to refer to non-existent services, the search naturally yielded a very limited number of results.
    Oddly enough, the winner in this category was Yahoo!
    He not only found the source, placing it in second place, but also discovered the first use of the term in my blog a few months ago! From outsourcing to outsourcing. Each of us is an Expert! why are we writing?
    in third place - reprint in the i-market, in fourth - in e-commerce
    Although he found only 4 results, they are all the most relevant and located in order of primaryity.

    Google found the most links - 8, and although it placed the i-market reprint in the first place, it almost coped with the task.
    MSN also did a good job - 5 links, in the first place is a reprint of fellow countrymen with e-commerce, the original is in second place.
    And what about domestic search engines? Compared to foreign ones, their success is much more modest. Yandex found only Ukrainian reprint, Rambler - Russian, and Appport - 432 absolutely irrelevant links! :-)
    Draw your own conclusions.

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