Say goodbye to Google: 14 alternative search engines
Search Engine Watch ^ | Feb. 25, 2016 | Christopher Ratcliff
Posted on 8/8/2017, 2:16:48 AM by EliRoom8
Right now though maybe we should be paying more attention to the alternatives. Maybe our daily lives and, for some of us, careers shouldn’t need to balance on the fickle algorithm changes of the world’s most valuable company.
Let’s see what else is out there in the non-Google world. It’s not that scary, I promise. Although you may want to bring a coat.
Bing — Microsoft’s search engine is the second most popular search engine in the world, with 15.8% of the search market.
DuckDuckGo –The key feature of DuckDuckGo is that it doesn’t retain its users’ data, so it won’t track you or manipulate results based on your behaviour.
Quora — As (others) gets better and better at answering more complicated questions, it will never be able to match the personal touch available with Quora.
Dogpile — may look like a search engine you cobbled together with clip-art, but that’s rather the point as it pulls in and ‘curates’ results from various different engines including Google, Yandex and Yahoo, but removes all the ads.
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