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Need Links of all prominent Search Engines

Discussion in 'All Other Search Engines' started by WebHawker, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. #1
    Hello,
    Can anyone please share a full list of prominent search engines? It will be much more helpful to me.
    Thanks
    SEMrush
     
    WebHawker, Jul 16, 2017 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Glenn21

    Glenn21 Greenhorn

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    May i know what it is for ?
     
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    qwikad.com Prominent Member Affiliate Manager

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  4. WebHawker

    WebHawker Active Member Affiliate Manager

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    Yeah, why not? I think it will be better to work for ranking on all search engines.. :)
     
    WebHawker, Jul 17, 2017 IP
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    pacman000 Peon

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    http://www.thesearchenginelist.com/
    That list is really outdated.

    Prominent Search Engines, with an English Version, as of July 17, 2017:

    Bing - A re-branded version of MSN LiveSearch. Used by less-tech savvy people to find Google. (That's a bit sarcastic, but it's probably true.)
    DuckDuckGo - A privacy-focused search engine. Mixes their own results with results from other sources.
    Google - A project of two Stanford students. Uses links to help determine relevancy, but has the ability to rate links to weed out spammers. Here's their paper: http://infolab.stanford.edu/~backrub/google.html
    Yandex - A Russian Search Engine. Not all that popular outside of Russia, but it does have an English version, so I've listed it here.

    Less prominent:
    Gigablast - A small search engine started by a former Infoseek employee because...because he liked working on search engines. Still exists somehow. Good boolean support.
    Exalead - A tech-demo for the French information-retrieval company. Good advanced search features.
    Yippy - Started as Clusty, a clustering metasearch engine owned by Vivisimo. Vivisimo was bought by IBM, and the engine was sold to a company which wanted to make a conservative search engine. Combines results from news sites with their own indexes.
    Entireweb.com - Bought EuroSeek's technology and continued to develop it. Actually pretty decent.
    search.thunderstone.com - A tech demo for Thunderstone's technology. Has an automatically-created directory and a news search engine.
    WhatUSeek - An old (1995) search engine turned directory. Still crawls sites tho, so it counts. Only crawls and indexes sites which pay to be in their directory. Only indexes sites, not pages.

    There are really too many to list. For further research I might recommend:

    DMOZ's search engine category: http://dmoztools.net/Computers/Internet/Searching/Search_Engines/ - Needs updating, but it's still a good a place to start.
    ISDN.org - A bunch of small search engines which share ads. Never found any of these that useful. I cannot recommend them; I'm only including them for completeness.

    I'm afraid even those lists aren't complete.
     
    pacman000, Jul 17, 2017 IP
  6. WebHawker

    WebHawker Active Member Affiliate Manager

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    Thanks a lot for sharing these vital things with me. :)
     
    WebHawker, Jul 18, 2017 IP
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    But entire searches rely on Google search engine, most of it. If you get 11 leads 10 will be from Google and 1 will be from Bing. This shows how Google is big.
     
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