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Discussion in 'Domain Research' started by doodlebug, May 25, 2012.

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  1. doodlebug United Kingdom

    doodlebug Well-Known Member

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    After reading about the guy who wants to start his own search engine I was doing some research on search engines and found this odd fact.

    Go on to Google or Yahoo or Bing and search for the term ' search engine ' and Dogpile search engine ranks above the search engine you are using eg go on Google and search for ' search engine ' and Dogpile is ranked above Google but it's the same with Yahoo and Bing.

    I wonder what Dogpile are doing for SEO because they are bl**dy good at it :cool:
     
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    Thats a nice fast search engine, I like it and it shows it can be done.
     
  4. doodlebug United Kingdom

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    It is really good actually and seems to work better than others, only problem for me is that it as an evn bigger ad space at the top than Google, another I use to you use is this mamma.com thoiugh I don't anymore.

    My local library use to have something called anywhere.me but I don't like it.

    Good luck to anyone starting a new one !

    What about ' Acorn search - helping you find your nuts ! '
     
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    The search box bottom left under the google one is the acorndomains search
     
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