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Discussion in 'All Other Search Engines' started by amiman, Nov 22, 2016.

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    amiman, Nov 22, 2016 IP
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  2. Peter42

    Peter42 Banned

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    nice layout but not getting pure and organic result it is also showing total opposite result of google for specific keyword.
     
    Peter42, Nov 22, 2016 IP
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    I didn't really check much, I just checked my site we're in it and I got good results for my sites. It may be just that the results are correct and not manipulated as they are on Google.
     
    amiman, Nov 23, 2016 IP
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    Its layout is good and they seem attractive from my point of view.
     
    Gagsburg, Nov 25, 2016 IP
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    Please check the link. It is not redirecting properly.
     
    karen9999, Dec 4, 2016 IP
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    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    Web_Shark Greenhorn

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    I feel they should have gone niche - a niche engine instead of trying to do the 'general search' way... Why do individuals still think to copy
    a successful model spells success for anyone who tries it. You cannot knock the Bings of this world off the top spot with a £5000 investment.

    Even sites like the great AlltheWeb, found it tough to compete, even with 3 billion pages, it died, got acquired by Yahoo for its own search results.
     
    Web_Shark, Dec 5, 2016 IP
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    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    OK, @amiman, they've responded. They're not actually a search engine

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    sarahk, Dec 5, 2016 IP
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    Web_Shark Greenhorn

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    Oh dear - another meta search, as we have at least another 69 meta search engines currently, I mean how the hell do they all compete when all their doing
    is using the feeds from Google, Bing and Yahoo - most of the new metas don't even own their own data - so its pointless, theres nothing fresh about them.

    Trouble is they all want a piece of the pie - but its crazy when the world knows the top 3 Meta's are: Excite, Dogpile and WebCrawler. See, we don't even need 3 meta engines, and
    the only ones who got it right are Excite, their like a meta search combined with a Yahoo-style portal, and they did it early on, not 10 or 15 years after 69 others, and those 69 all share the
    market space of borrowed results content.


    Personally, best way forward for a feed-driven meta is to do what Excite does - turn it into a content portal, surround what isn't yours with what is!

    Make your own content, then stick adverts on it (not adsense, but real advertisers). But they all ran out of cash and can't afford to expand, this is the problem or you'd have heard of them constantly
    in the media. Some of the metas are very good, but the general ones are pointless, they got no guts, no uniqueness and thus no marketability.

    I used to love the Lycos - had regular TV adverts, and it ditched its web search in favour of a portal style that went wrong, and lost what it was once highly respected for - what the hell is going on with search these days.
     
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    I can't open the link
     
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    It opens but it's broken

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    sarahk, Mar 27, 2017 IP
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    search engine ?
     
    mdjewel4488, Jul 6, 2017 IP
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    Look like they are using PHP Search Engine from codecanyon with some edit
     
    simplesample, Jul 6, 2017 IP
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    Better try, but too slow
     
    Sumit_Singh, Jul 6, 2017 IP
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    It needs JavaScript to work...:(

    I wrote this to them:

    "I like search engines. I like trying new things. I like trying new search engines. I dislike sites which require client side scripting to function. Search engines have been around for 20+ years. There's no reason to require JavaScript. It eats up my bandwidth. Web pages used to be 50-100KB. Now they're 2-3MB. That's a huge difference. Some of this is from images, but most of it's caused by poor scripting. Now, maybe your site's the exception to the rule, maybe you've built some nice small scripts which won't eat through bandwidth, but it still doesn't matter. I use a search engine to find other sites. I cannot turn off JavaScript every time I click on a link."
     
    pacman000, Jul 7, 2017 IP
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    And I heard back from them. They're planning to make JavaScript optional, but that will take time. So I'll give them some time, and try again later. :)

    Only one bad thing: If this becomes popular it'll be even harder to find information about the old McKinley.com web directory/search engine.
     
    pacman000, Jul 7, 2017 IP
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    Looks just fine, one thing is when i search my blog nogentech.org with the keyword of Nogentech its searching fine but Google analytics says its direct user not showing it's Organic user from magelln.com. I think they will have to work on it.
     
    Zain Malik, Jul 14, 2017 IP