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Old 01-11-2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Default "Search router enabled"

The franchise company of one of my clients says that my client's web site has to be "search route enabled" to meet their standards. This phrase means nothing to me. Google doesn't provide anything useful in searching for it.

Perhaps they mean "Search engine enabled" or even "Search engine optimized" but if so, they should say so. Let me explain that the client is reporting what the franchise company said, and she is technically challenged, to say the least.

Would the forum members agree that "Search router enabled" has little or no meaning?
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