- Ask.com Search Engine
Formerly called AskJeeves.com, Ask.com is a major search engine with algorithms that rank the most authoritative sites for each search. The company also provides AskforKids, Bloglines, Evite, Excite, FunWeb Products, iwon, and MyWay.
- Search Engine Watch
SEW began in 1995 with a study of why some websites did not show up on certain search engines. It was then launched in 1997 on the web. It provides tips and information about searching the Internet, analysis of the search engine history, and help to site owners trying to improve their ability to be found in search engines. On the website are Search 101, blogs, news, stats and more.
Every search engine is different, and this is partially due to the way each search engine's spider operates. The website, founded in 2007, features an introduction to search engine algorithms.
- Pay Per Click Search Engines
Visit this page to learn about selected pay-per-click (ppc) search engines and advertising systems. A search engine review matrix is included on the page.
- Internet Information Guide
This Internet guide features a brief overview of the Internet and a variety of Internet-related links and resources.
HotBot is a simple search engine portal. It began in 1996 as the Wired search engine but has since become a front-end for searching Ask.com and msn. The website has the advantage of being simple to use and offers the option of applying various filters before searching.
- Chosen Sites Directory
Founded in 2003, Chosen Sites consists of a search engine and a series of directories which offer convenient access to products and services for the United States market.
- Yahoo Kids
This is a version of the yahoo search engine for kids. Kids can search for games, music, sports, get homework help, look up words, learn about science and much more.
- My Earthlink
Earthlink is a web search engine. My Earthlink is the customizable home page. Users can choose what they want to appear on their homepage, such as news, sports, shopping, email, and much more. Contains links to many major online businesses such as Ebay, L.L. Bean, and Netflix, among others.
- Yahoo Search
This popular search engine can help you find information, local businesses, and online shopping as well as photos and illustrations.
AltaVista is a search engine that searches the Internet around the world or just in the USA. Contains Babel Fish translation capability on the homepage and is also divided into separate categories such as travel, people finder, answers, and much more.
- Education World
Founded in 1996 to make the Internet more user friendly for educators. The website includes: a search engine for educational sites only, original content such as lesson plans written by educators, site reviews, daily features and columns, teacher and principal profiles, chats, and employment listings. All services are free.
Guide and search engine for fashion and luxury items. Connects style-conscious consumers with hip products and services.
Freefind is a website search engine that is used by over 100,000 websites. It tracks use, can be used with other search engines, utilizes languages other than English, and much more.
Google is the largest search engine on the Web, with a number of features that make it popular such as PageRank which derives from an algorithm the number of times a site is referenced to assess its importance as a site. There are many other google sites such as google.maps.
Indeed, founded in 2004, is a search engine for jobs. One search gives jobseekers free access to millions of employment opportunities from thousands of websites. Employers can also post jobs on Indeed. There are links to job trends and salaries. Users can read a blog that offers information for employers about how to find the best applicants, and also a forum of user questions and replies.
Kayak is an online travel search engine, not a booking site. On the site users can search for cheap airline fares. There are also links to car rentals, hotels, and special deals. Kayak searches over 100 sites and offers comparisons with online travel sites such as Travelocity and Priceline.
- Live Search
Live Search is Microsoft's web search engine. Live Search can go beyond the normal search to also find articles in academic journals and papers, classifieds, maps and driving directions, products, and more. Some searches are still in Beta testing mode.
Lycos is a popular search engine that was developed at Carnegie Mellon University in 1994. Aside from the usual email, weather, and search capabilities, Lycos concentrates on entertainment information, such as games and cinema.
mnoGoSearch is free search engine software written in C. It searches both Internet and intranet servers. The software has some unique features that make it especially well suited for recipes, MP3 searches, news searches, ftp archive research and more.
Launched in 2006, Move.com is a comprehensive real estate search engine. Move.com powers the Home and Real Estate section for AOL and the House and Home Channel for MSN. Welcome Wagon is also featured on Move.com, where visitors can search millions of listings of homes for sale or rent.
- My Way
My Way is a search engine powered by selected information and news providers, with no banner ads or pop-ups. On My Way, users can customize their sites to give one-click access to features and services on other sites. Users also have a choice of several other search engines to search the web.