The New Generation of Search Engines

Google is the reigning king of ‘spartan searching’ and is the single most used search engine in the world. While it doesn’t offer all the shopping center features of Yahoo! or the human curation of Mahalo, Google is fast, relevant, and the largest single catalog of web pages available today. The search giant also tracks an incredible amount of information that many people don’t even know they are giving out.

Keyword stuffing is terrible for your SEO. Here’s what to do instead Once-upon-a-time, keyword stuffing was a relatively successful SEO strategy. However, today stuffing a keyword into your content too many times can actually knock the stuffing out of your search rankings, or even cause your content to be removed from search listings entirely.

MetaGer is yet another open source metasearch engine. However, unlike others, it takes privacy more seriously and enforces the use of the Tor network for anonymous access to search results from a variety of search engines. Some search engines who claim to protect your privacy may share your information to the government (whatever they record) because the server is bound to US legal procedures. However, with MetaGer, the Germany-based server would protect even the anonymous data recorded while using MetaGer.

Baidu was founded in 2000 and it is the most popular search engine in China. Its market share is increasing steadily and according to Wikipedia, Baidu is serving billion of search queries per month. It is currently ranked at position 4, in the Alexa Rankings.

One in five mobile search queries currently comes from voice search — a number that is likely to rise as Google Assistant-enabled devices such as Google Home continue to grow in popularity. And as voice search grows, we can expect to see an increase in featured snippets, from which Google often sources its voice search results.

It’s only a bad thing for the person who’s being beat. I get where you’re going with it, and I agree that it has the potential to be truly revolutionary, but as it stands I don’t think it’s a big deal.

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Having said that, while these alternative search engines are doing a great job, they still make up a negligible market share. Google’s search engine still owns the lion’s share in the market so be smart enough to leverage Google’s huge user base and bring your business/website in front of billions of people.

Google now has a way to convene that kind of forum—in half a second. Speaking to TED curator Chris Anderson yesterday (April 13), legendary futurist Ray Kurzweil introduced “Talk to Books” a new way to find answers on the internet that should bring pleasure to researchers, bookworms and anyone seeking to expand their thinking on a range of topics.

And really, Instagram is where all these influencers spend their time and share their content. Though Facebook owns it, it says it’s not showing Instagram influencers in the tool at the moment. Adding them in, the same way advertisers can push ads to Facebook and Instagram from one interface would make the search engine much more powerful.

Target influencers to help push your content out there. Whether it’s through Instagram or Facebook, there are plenty of influencers out there who can help champion your cause. It can help you reach a large audience, especially in the very beginning, and to help you get the word out there.
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