d belong to the Deep Web, unless someone submits it to a search engine. The phrase "deep web" sounds mysterious but in fact we all use it to an extent. If you are on a password protected site like Monster or Dice, you are using the deep web. If you run a database query somewhere on the web, and get a dynamically generated page, you are on the deep web.
Here are a few pages with definitions and overviews.
The deep web sounds exciting since its size is way, way bigger than the total size of indexed pages.
Have you used the Deep Web in your sourcing? Would you have some good sites / hints to share?…
your search to personal web pages by adding feature:homepage to the search string. It is designed to search for URLs with a tilda(~) in them that set up like personal web pages, similar to when universities allow students to create their own web pages on the schools server. I hope that is helpful.