14 Great Search Engines You Can Use Instead of Google

Google is a great source of information. It’s good to look for scientific resources when looking for answers. However, there is one drawback of Google’s search engine. Google fights piracy by all means. So for those looking for free music (mp3), free videos and free software, Google won’t be the ideal search engine in this case.

A few years ago, Google used to use pirated link sensors by setting the red colour of the disabled links that say something like this “disabled for copyright infringement”. But now Google has omitted these links at all.

What’s worse, Google has displayed at the top of its search list all misleading pirated links that are infected with viruses and malicious scripts. It’s as if they’re trying to make an example to punish you if you ever try to look for free stuff. They even removed all applications from Play Store such as mp3 downloaders, YouTube video downloaders and other downloaders.

Search engines that search for specific subgroups on the network are known as vertical search engines. Google also calls them “specialized search”. Google has quite a few of these specialized search engines.

Many of these vertical search engines are deeply integrated into Google’s main search engine – to such an extent that they are no different from the usual Google search, and you can only see them when you set up your search settings. However, some Google search engines are separate search engines with their URL.

Sometimes you may see a suggestion to try searching for these results in the main search engine, but when you search for a specific topic, it just saves you the time to go directly to the source.

Here are the 14 Google search alternatives.

Bing

From a search perspective, Bing should be familiar with everyone who is used to Google. Microsoft’s Bing It On-site claims that most people prefer Bing when they blindly compare the two sides. Of course, that would fit your preferences, but it is amazing how close they have come to Bing with Google. Also, you cannot mention Bing, let alone Bing Rewards, Microsoft’s reward for using their search engine. The first 30 searches you do per day will earn you 15 points (one for every two searches), and there are daily “recommended searches” that can earn you extra points.

A good example is Bing & Google. Bing is a search engine owned by Microsoft and it uses the same technology as Google to index and recommend data. However, Bing has added some extra benefits for its search engine directly from its glamorous home page which is better than Google’s white home page (controversial). Bing is useful when you do a keyword search for a particular project because of its relevant keyword suggestions; Bing will also record all your past searches to help you memorize and find the data quickly. This has helped Bing to compete with Google.

DuckDuckGo

In many ways, the search results that appear in DuckDuckGo are more reliable than those that appear in Google. This is because DuckDuckGo uses the “sources” it selects. So, while Google relies on algorithms that can create filter bubbles and feedback loops, DuckDuckGo limits this noise by selecting reliable sources and displaying the same results for the same search for all. You won’t get tons of results from content factories trying to play the system with backlinks and keyword density.

DuckDuckGo will not track your location or search. Not only that, the company behind DuckDuckGo says it won’t even look at your IP address. However, DuckDuckGo, like Google, shows ads but more about it later. With DuckDuckGo, you get the ability to switch search results by location, which is set to turn off by default. This makes it easy to manage your location settings.

Twitter

Use the search on Twitter to find the best tweets related to what you want to promote. Unlike Google, which hyper-personalizes every aspect of your search, Twitter’s search results (I think) don’t vary that much in large geographical stripes. Which means everyone who tweets for your keywords will see similar tweets.

Searching through social networks in search of geographically linked content has always been difficult. Until 2014, it was possible to search on Twitter for tweets posted from a certain place. When the results appeared, you could click on a location and Twitter would automatically open Google Maps to determine the exact location where the tweet was sent from. This had privacy implications, as many people didn’t realize it was so accurate. However, this was very useful for verification.

CC Search

CC Search, the Creative Commons search tool, allows you to select several image sources you want to search for, including Flickr, Fotopedia, Google Images, Open Clip Art Library, Wikimedia Commons and Pixabay. The CC Search tool automatically filters your search to find Creative Commons licensed resources that you can share, use and remix. Give it a try.

Gibiru

Gibiru began its activities in 2009 with a group of Internet privacy advocates. It calls itself “the preferred search engine for patriots”. It calls other search engines, especially those that track users, NSA search engines. Gibiru says it is faster than large search engines because it does not personalize users or track cookies. Gibiru is an uncensored anonymous search engine. In the past six months, its Alexa rating has risen from about 300,000 to almost 200,000.

Internet Archive

The Internet Archive creates an online library of audio, books, moving images, photos, software and websites. Newberry has collaborated with the Internet Archive, as have other institutions in the State of Illinois, such as the University of Illinois. You can search the archive by an investor to find all the materials provided by Newberry. You can also search by topic or title.

Search Encryption

While other search engines store every search you enter, Search Encrypt keeps your privacy above everything else. Search Encrypt is aware of the risks faced by large corporations and individuals trying to access your personal information and protects you so you can search the Internet without fear. Your personal information is exactly that – private. Searching for it ensures that it stays that way.

Search Encrypt is just a search engine. Unlike large search engines that offer many other services such as email, file storage and social profiles, Search Encrypt does not. This means it cannot link your search to other information about you. We are not trying to lure you into an information-sucking ecosystem. We will continue to improve our private search engine and allow you to find things like email and file storage elsewhere.

Yandex

Yandex is a Russian company that provides search services and other similar services on the Internet. Every day Yandex serves over 150 million search queries, making it one of the largest in the world and the leading search engine in Russia. While Yandex collects user data, the company is quite transparent and lets users know what data they collect and how they use it. The company assures that your data is not available to individuals, and all your data, such as passwords, are encrypted.

If you want to capture Russian traffic, Yandex is the best option – 65% of all Russian search traffic. Yandex is also popular in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Belarus. The search engine is available in two languages, English and Cyrillic. Besides, it offers cloud storage, so that users can search for their files from the Yandex search panel.

Start page

StartPage is one of the few search engines other than BitClave that does not track user searches or record user IP addresses. StartPage believes that you have the right to privacy, that your search data should never fall into the wrong hands, and that the only real solution to your online privacy problem is not to store your user’s personal information for starters.

StartPage uses Google algorithms that provide search results but adds privacy measures to keep your search requests anonymous. Based outside the U.S., Startpage has been independently audited and offers privacy tools that go beyond search engines, making it a reliable choice for a private search engine. DuckDuckGo is the most famous private search engine. Its founder and CEO, Gabriel Weinberg, founded the company himself in 2008 and has grown to handle more than 20 million search queries per day. DuckDuckGo, like Ixquick, did not start as a private search engine.

Swiss cows

Swiss cows are manufactured by Hulbee AG, a technology company based in Switzerland. Like other private search engines on this list, this company does not build tracking profiles or use unique identifiers for its users. The key difference from others is that it is a semantic search engine. This means that it uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to assess the user’s search context. As a result, Swiss cows offers results that learn how to answer your questions – a cool search tool.

A distinctive feature of Swisscows is the unique semantic map in SERP. Appeared as a reactive word cloud, you can use these sentences to further refine your search. Swiss cows collect these keywords using its semantic algorithm. If you enter your site into Swisscows, the semantic cloud can give you some potential keywords that you are not yet targeting.

Boardreader

BoardReader allows users to search multiple bulletin boards at the same time, allowing users to share information in a truly global sense. Boardreader is focused on creating the largest repository of search information for our users. Users can find answers to their questions from other people who share their interests. Our goal is to enable users to search the web for “person-to-person” discussions.

Boardreader uses a simple search panel to link you to forum comments and posts that are often forgotten in social data. See consumer messages from the last day or year. Advanced search features allow you to filter results to better understand the situation. Fashionable” charts let you compare your conversations with other brands, even though you won’t know what’s being said, whether it’s good or bad.

SlideShare

With SlideShare, great ideas and strategies are compressed into a couple of dozens of concise slides. This is a powerful content network for marketers: More than 70 million people visit SlideShare, and we had several Buffer SlideShare that received more than 100,000 views at a time. For those who want to learn, the SlideShare visual element also helps us learn and memorize information faster over a longer period than reading texts.

Use Slideshare. When you write your first blog posts, think about implementing a Slideshare presentation to explain why the industry needs your business. Slideshare is one of the 200 most visited sites in the world, with 60 million hits per month. It can also be optimized for specific keywords, which can lead to more traditional blog posts on the same topic.

Ecosia

If you are tired of searching for Google in search queries on websites with advanced advertising or would like to help with sustainability work around the world, pay attention to Ecosia, a search engine that planted trees around the world with advertising revenue. Since 2009, it has taken Ecosia five years to successfully plant 1 million trees through its search engine. They also provide a free extension for Google Chrome users and a safe search feature for parents.

The Internet has everything … …including a search engine that plants trees. Ecosia, an environmentally conscious company, uses renewable energy servers, does not track users or sell data to third parties, and uses profits from text-linked advertising and commissions from its online store to plant trees around the world. Ecosia says that about 45 searches are required to finance a new tree, so the more curious among us, the more we can ever be responsible for entire forests. The actual search results are based on Microsoft Bing technology, and there is a cool little personal counter that lets you know how many Ecosia searches you have made.

wiki.com

A wiki is a collaborative tool that allows students to contribute and modify one or more pages of course-related material. Wikis are collaborative and contribute to the building of communities within the course. In essence, a wiki is a web page with an open editing system. A regular English wiki is a short film that describes what a wiki is and how it can be used in a collaborative process. According to a recent essay on learning excellence, a wiki is a tool for most, if not all, of Bloom’s activities in “higher-order thinking”.

A wiki is a collaborative website to which any community member can contribute or edit. A wiki may be open to a global audience or may be limited to a selected network or community. A wiki may cover a specific topic or subject area. Wikis also make it easier to find and view information. Although it is mainly text, wikis may also include images, sound recordings, and films. Wikipedia http://WIKI.COM is a free online encyclopedia, the most famous wiki group.

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