It works, quite quickly too.
Now, suppose I heard “Cooneyite” in connection with preachers holding what they call “gospel meetings” in “gospel meetings.” Without knowing anything about websites or documents about 2x2ism, I would use Google or similar to search “Cooneyite.” And without knowing anything about “A Spiritual Fraud Exposed”, while the “Cooneyite” search would find TTT among other sites, I would not know to search for “A Spiritual Fraud Exposed” unless I did a lot of reading on TTT first, nor would I know any other title to type into TTT’s search space.
But supposing some one mentioned “A Spiritual Fraud Exposed” in regard to preachers holding what they call “gospel meetings” in “gospel meetings.” A search for “A Spiritual Fraud Exposed” in Google would obviously leave me thinking that TTT did not have it except in image of front page only.
On the other hand, the same Google search result linking to TLT would instantly bring up A Spiritual Fraud Exposed on The Lying Truth website – no other buttons to push, just start reading that document.
As said before, how websites are designed is not the prerogative of the user. And TTT had lots of steps to run through (that were not evident from Google’s link) in order to find that TTT had the full text document posted on it.
I am not in the business of offering suggestions to website owners to make their websites more functional – that I would charge a fee for doing – I just make note here of the different strokes for different folks – and if TTT picks up on the difference, TTT could function much better for the average user.
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