wish you the best
This is a discussion on Crawlability Inc. Files Patent for SEO Technology within the vBSEO Announcements forums, part of the Announcements & Pre-Sales category; congrats guys wish you the best...
Though I am against software patents, congrats anyway
I am insanely curious about what you guys actually did try and patent. It'll be months yet before anything is official and we can see the papers, right?
You guys are working like pros should work.
Business-Wire News : Crawlability Inc. Files Patent for Groundbreaking SEO Technology
I seen this while scanning around
Congratulations to you all. And many thanks to vBSEO for all their hard work and support.
I can't wait to get my hands on the CMS though... Sheesh!
Well, as Joe announced in his post, the vBSEO team shall release a few more softwares such as CMS, blogs, etc. somewhere around 2007.
For the life of me I've not been able to find the patent application at the US patent office. You did file it with the US office right?
I can find (on vague keywords) Flickr's 'interestingness' patent, yet with a whole stack of keywords including 'crawlability', 'muriente', 'seo', 'forum', 'vbulletin', 'rewrite', '301', etc... nothing, nada, zip.
I don't think applications are made public. I believe it only becomes available once accepted.
Yes, but #2 in the faq seems to indicate it takes 18 months for patent apps to be made public.
-vissa2. Is there any danger that the USPTO will give others information contained in my application while it is pending?
A. Most patent applications filed on or after November 29, 2000, will be published 18 months after the filing date of the application, or any earlier filing date relied upon under Title 35, United States Code. Otherwise, all patent applications are maintained in the strictest confidence until the patent is issued or the application is published. After the application has been published, however, a member of the public may request a copy of the application file. After the patent is issued, the Office file containing the application and all correspondence leading up to issuance of the patent is made available in the Files Information Unit for inspection by anyone, and copies of these files may be purchased from the Office.
Calm down lol. Anyway, congrats.