New Software Makes All Web Pages Search Engine Visible

August 01, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Franklin, NC August 1, 2007 - A new age of e-commerce dawned today with the release of RoSEE (pronounced Row-See); the software package that makes dynamic web pages visible to the Search Engines.

RoSEE creates static HTML pages, which Search Engines can easily index and use, from dynamic pages like shopping carts, forums, blogs, databases or ANY link-navigated web pages created from a database.

RoSEE uses a two-step process; first creating a static page from a dynamic page, then changing the URL address of that page to one the search engines will visit.

Search Engines do not give dynamic web pages much import and they seldom appear in Search Engine top listings, if at all. Until RoSEE, there has only been a partial solution; using complex server-installed modules beyond the range of 99.9% of web masters, which offer nothing to help the readability of the resulting URL. Unlike these previous so-called "fixes", RoSEE is simple-to-use, quick-to-setup, easy-to-understand and the program installs on any web master's personal computer that runs Windows.

Cyber-Robotics' RoSEE has changed the face of the Internet by turning wasted content into visible pages for the search engines.

About Cyber-Robotics, Inc.

Established in 1997, Cyber-Robotics, Inc. ( has over 250,000 copies of its Zeus Internet Marketing Robot, in use, in over 30 countries.

David Notestine, CEO of the company says, "Cyber-Robotics, Inc. is dedicated to helping businesses to become more successful on the web. Ten years ago, we changed the face of the Internet by developing the first linking software and now we are changing it again by making the ability to optimize websites available to the average web master. There are over a billion web sites on the net, and if you are invisible to the search engines you are virtually dead. If the search engines cannot see your pages, they cannot visit them and list them. We have just changed the face of the industry, by making it simple to add hundreds or even thousands of pages of previously wasted content."

Contact: Gail Martin, Director of Public Relations, Cyber-Robotics, Inc., 828-994-2133 or