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Tuesday, November 06, 2007

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Will Fleiss

Thanks for this article! I doing some research on Microsoft Enterprise Search for our client. They have a rather specific question and I was hoping you could help me with the answer. If you have ever tracked website rankings on the MSN search engine you know that they are lacking in consistency. Rankings appear to fluctuate considerably on a regular basis. Our clients website has been the victim of this inconsistency. If they were to purchase the Microsoft Enterprise Search for their on-site search application, would their results suffer from the same inconsistency? How much control over their on-site results do they have? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Will

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