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The Best Music Website, 2016 Webby Awards. Farewell Google: Fourteen alternate searchengines Well, it's been a big weeks of searching, I guess we can all come to an agreement. And if you are a normal Google username (65% of you worldwide), you will have seen some changes, both good and not. Googles kill Right Hand Side Ads and here: Googles starts to Accelerate Mobile Pages, but there is a clear sense of annoyance that is getting worse.

Given that the pay searching room is increasing in "head-heaviness", that physical results are being squeezed further by the first service, that knowledge graphs are scratching more and more publishers' contents and continue to make it useless to click on a website, and that our long-standing feeling of injustice over Google's money and fiscal account is becoming more pressing, we now believe more than ever that there should be another useful searching option.

Not so long ago there was a point where you could share your thoughts among those who used Google, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves and AltaVista. It has now reached the point where, if you don't use Google, you don't really use the web well. Microsoft Microsofts is the second most widely-used 15th generation web browser in the word.

8 percent of the total Internet searching engine population. Why should you use Bing? Life hacker has some great article in which they try to persuade themselves as much as anyone else why Bing is a serious competitor of Google. Bing's Videosearch is much better than Google's and offers you a grids of large miniature views that you can click to view or previews when you move your mouse over them.

There are often twice as many auto-complete proposals as Google. If you are looking for a flight, Bing can forecast when fares will rise or fall. There is also a function in Bing where when you enter linkfromdomain:[site name] it will emphasize the best rated outbound link from this site, which helps you find out which other websites your selected site will link to the most.

Please also keep in mind that Bing drives Yahoo's Yahoo searching machine. DigDuckGo's main characteristic is that it does not store its users' information, so it does not trace you or tamper with results on the basis of your behavior. So, if you are particularly frightened by Google's omniscient, omniscient gaze, this might be the right thing for you.

Since Google is getting better at responding to more complex queries, it will never be able to reach the Quora personality level. Dogspile may look like a web browser you've paved along with clipprt, but that's more the point where it feeds in and "curates" the results from various popular web sites like Google, Yandex and Yahoo, but takes all the advertisements away.

Obviously, if you are going to give up Google, then you also have to give up YouTube, which can be a frightening view. It is a Ukrainian web site that offers many similar goods and sevices as Google, and it is the dominating web site in Russia. It' not always a success, you have to practise how to make the best of it.

StartPage (originally Ixquick) was the first web browser to allow its visitors to perform private searches. StartPage does not store any of your information (including your IP address) and does not use cookies except for a single anonymous cookie that is used to store your preferences.

Unique is that StartPage also provides a full private web browser for those who not only want to surf the web, but also want to do so. It' still a somewhat average browser that pretends to be a Q&A page, but the'Popular Q&A' results on the right are very useful if Jeeves himself can't respond to your request.

What a good use of the right side of the page, Googleuh. The SlideShare is a really convenient place to get information from your presentation, slideshow deck, webinar and anything else you might have missing to avoid participating in a meeting. "Breathe the Web" with the nice-looking vacuum cleaner by making your own theme page that you can Bookmark and see results from a variety of canals on this one page (including Google, Bing News, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr).

The CC Lookup is especially useful if you need to find copyrighted imagery for your website (as explained in this article on Optimizing Imaging for SEO). Simply enter your request, and then click the website you want to browse.

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