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Search Engines

Search has been consolidated to a few major players. In some regional markets, there might be important local players, but for most of the world, Google, Yahoo!, and MSN control the bulk of search.

The Major Search Engines

The following search engines are reviewed in order of search distribution from the best of my knowledge. Some of the first-listed search engines may appear to have more content and more information than the later-listed search engines. There are several reasons that the top couple search engines have much more data listed in their sections:

  • Much of the data from one section would carry over to the next section.
  • Companies that have been focused on search the longest are more likely to have plugged algorithmic holes.
  • Google is MUCH harder for new webmasters to manipulate than the other engines.

The order of these listings has nothing to do with the relevancy or quality of the search results. They all provide quality results using somewhat similar algorithms.

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