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Title: Which is the best search engine and why?
Post by: swatijain22 on September 11, 2019, 06:47:10 AM
Hello friends,

Which is the best search engine and why?
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Post by: rickylarson on September 11, 2019, 07:08:17 AM
Google search engine is the best search engine in the world. Almost 70 percent of the Search Engine market has been acquired by Google.
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Post by: Amitkumar on September 13, 2019, 02:41:38 AM
Hello friends,

Which is the best search engine and why?


Best Search Engine - Google.
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Post by: sinelogixtech on September 13, 2019, 07:18:25 AM

Top 3 Best Search Engines in The World

1Google
Google Search Engine is the best search engine in the world and it is also one of most popular products from Google. Almost 70 percent of the Search Engine market has been acquired by Google. The tech giant is always evolving and looking to improve the search engine algorithm to provide best results to the end-user. Although Google appears to be the biggest search engine, as of 2015 YouTube is now more popular than Google.

2. Bing
Bing is Microsoft’s answer to Google and it was launched in 2009. Bing is the default search engine in Microsoft’s web browser. At Bing, they are always striving to make it a better search engine but it’s got a long way to go to give Google competition. Microsoft’s search engine provides different services including image, web and video search along with maps. Bing introduced Places (Google’s equivalent is Google My Business), this is a great platform for business to submit their details to optimise their search results.

3. Yahoo
Yahoo & Bing compete more with each other than with Google. A recent report on netmarketshare.com tells us that Yahoo have a market share of 7.68 percent. Although a leader as a free email provider, this is declining significantly though with their recent acknowledgement that User Details & Passwords where hacked last year.