Search Engines

by on April 5th, 2012

Can you live without Google? Some people actually can live without Google by using Bing, Yahoo and Ask, but that is not the question. The question is, how Google would look like if it was available for users in 80s? Now a days we open the Google website, type keywords or search terms and hit enter. At the results page, we only care to click first 3 results and ignore the rest. Meet the classic Google from 80s.

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by on May 25th, 2010

duck search engine techmynd

DuckDuckGo is an easy to use search engine which supports keyboard shortcuts and standard calculations and conversions.

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Doesn’t matter what niche your website / blog is about, there is always need to promote it to get more traffic and readers. Building quality content is great but you need to promote your website / blog as you go. While you can submit your website into thousands of search engines and directories but there are still some really useful options for increasing website traffic towards your website by other organic means. I have been going through several resources to find a way to promote TechMynd. I have been successful. TechMynd’s readership has increased past few months a lot. I want to share with you one of the easiest method I did with TechMynd to get it promoted in few weeks.

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You search everyday…Do you always get it right? I mean the results? Suppose you want mp3 audio music. Try searching it via Google. You will end up searching and researching in search results as well to find the right location for your desired files to download. Okay! Here is the software. And its free. You do not have to random search anymore. Bad Black Hat SEO Guys, marketing pros and spammers have made it impossible to find the right thing over internet easily and via Google. Yep! they have manipulated Google search engine. That is why you do not get the right results. Here is how you can.

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image-variations, Image Identification Technology

TinEye is a reverse image search engine. You can submit an image to TinEye to find out where it came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find higher resolution versions. TinEye is the first image search engine on the web to use image identification technology rather than keywords, metadata or watermarks. This image search engine will be helpful for photographers and other people who want to search copies of their images online. Okay! say no to image theft now!

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by on December 9th, 2009

Continued from Icon Search Engines where I mentioned two big great PNG icon search engines here are some more resources to search and download PNG icons for free.

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Ever encountered this problem while searching through Google that search result pages redirect to some sort of other advertisement pages? If somebody wants to search something in Google, an advertisement would open up instead of the search results. This is a virus that would redirect all the Google queries to advertisements. sometimes it would open a page loaded with AdSense ads otherwise it would open a fake advertisement page.

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by on October 6th, 2009

im-halal-search-engine

Are you a Muslim and not satisfied with the Google search safety filters? This search engine is for you. ImHalal is search engine designed for Muslims to be able to continue their online activities in a safe way. Using ImHalal will prevent you from “accidentally” bumping into explicit content.

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