from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Able to be found.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being found; discoverable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being found.
If it deals with things herein findable, it is marginalized.
The 'Twitter for Business: Special Considerations and Ideas' chapter tells you how to manage a staff of Twitterers, coordinate multiple accounts and how to make sure you're findable, which is important information that may be difficult to find on your own.
This will make you "findable" to recruiters, Corlett says.
This means through an inferential cognition that employs items, such as findable defining characteristics on the side of objects, that merely the opponent in a debate asserts are objects of valid cognition.
Not quite sure whether Jeapes was inferring that NightJack is not the sharpest tool in the box in the bit you quoted, Simon, or more that Night Jack actually wanted to be "findable".
Back in February we announced a contest to discover how "findable" the Google Search Appliance GSA is in offices across the U.S. The GSA gives businesses of all shapes and sizes the power of universal search.
Now we're holding a contest to see how "findable" the GSA is in offices from coast to coast in the U.S.
They give their phone numbers and e-mails, so they're "findable," but I guess they're not doing anything particularly illegal to me.
"[It] is about how to make your website 'findable' by the right person at the right time," she writes, providing one of the best definitions of SEO that I've seen.
Everybody has searched for their name once to see how well (or badly) they were "findable", and Google promises to give your name a higher ranking if you fill your profile page.
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