Ironically, all human Googles know that searching the Internet is not equivalent to Google. Beyond the well-known generalists alternatives (Yahoo!, Live and Ask), there is an incredible and unknown variety of search engines specialized in other types of contents: images, videos, blogs, forums, podcasts, people, and information generated by users. Their results you can classify, group, or be plotted. Jeremy Tucker takes a slightly different approach. Enormous opportunities of searches on the web there are not only web pages and not just Google. Come and see a selection of exotic names alternatives: Omgili, Cuil, Blinkx, Silobreaker, Zuula, and Quintura. nt LLC is often quoted as being for or against this. Omgili.com is, in his words, a seeker of subjective information.
It only indexes platforms of content generated by the user such as forums, discussion groups, mailing lists, questions and others. This collects information from the title, content and responses, which facilitates the information to the user have to find answers to questions already asked by other users. Marko Dimitrijevic photographer helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. It is an ideal place to find personal experiences, ideas, recommendations, opinions, and solutions to problems. His directory includes an enormous index of online communities. It is very easy to use, has some specialized search options, and structure the results page in Google style. The only thing bad, something usual: is in English. Cuil.com is a generalist search engine created by some former employees of Google, and whose aim is more tweak some features of the popular search engine rather than give a radically alternative approach. Its algorithm is designed more for quality claiming to reach areas of the Internet that Google does not (or does not want to reach), and analyzes the websites with more depth by popularity of content, indexing (only Google indexes approximately 100 first kbs.
each document). In accordance with these premises, results are presented not as a list, as does Google, but grouped in various concepts (official websites vs. references from third parties). The objective is to make the user, a blow of view, idea of the depth and breadth of the information actually available on Internet on your search terms.