Monday, May 16, 2011

Top 5 Search Engines of 2011, Best Search Engines on the web 2011, Top Search Engine by Volume 2011, google the best search engine

Top 5 Search Engines of 2011, Best Search Engines on the web 2011, Top Search Engine by Volume 2011, google the best search engine


1.) GOOGLE
Launched in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google.com is by far the most popular search engine globally. Originally named BackRub, Google’s network of sites roughly get 65% of all the United States searches and is considered by most people to be the world’s best search engine. As of Oct. 3 2010, Alexa reports Google.com as the most visited website worldwide.

2.)Yahoo!
Started in 1994 by David Filo and Jerry Yang, Yahoo.com was originally a directory of websites that later became it’s own crawler-based engine in 2002. As of late 2009, Yahoo! was the second biggest search engine on the web. However, in late August of 2010, Yahoo! search results started being powered by Bing. As of Oct. 3 2010, Alexa reports Yahoo.com as the 4th most visited website worldwide.

3.)Bing
Launched in 2009 by Microsoft, Bing.com is their latest search engine service. In late August, Bing officially started delivering Yahoo!’s search results. Former Microsoft search engines include Microsoft Live search and MSN Search. As of Oct. 3 2010, Alexa reports Bing.com as the 22nd most visited website worldwide.

4.)Ask
Formally known as Ask Jeeves or AskJeeves.com, Ask.com was founded in 1996 with the idea of allowing users to get answers to questions posed in everyday, natural language, as well as traditional keyword searching. Today Ask.com also includes support for math, dictionary, and conversion questions. In November of 2010 Ask.com announced it would no longer be crawling, indexing and ranking it’s own pages, and will probably outsourcing that to Google or Bing. Ask will continue to focus heavily on Q&A. There is no need to submit your site to Ask.

5.) search.aol.com
AOL is a leading-edge web services company, including a network of premium and niche content sites, and an extensive offering of world-class tools and platforms. AOL's business spans the Internet with online and local content, innovative products and valuable services for consumers, publishers and advertisers. With one of the industry's largest advertising networks, AOL engages consumers with online advertising services on both AOL's owned and operated properties and third-party websites. In addition, AOL operates a premium subscription-based access service in the United States.

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