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What Search Engine do you use?

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I search mostly with
Google
85%
 85%  [ 17 ]
MSN
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Yahoo
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Other
15%
 15%  [ 3 ]
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No-Brainer
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What Search Engine do you use?  Reply with quote  

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Interesting, but according to the rules, you have to click a website ad and stay viewing the site for at least 15 seconds.

I'd be more interested in getting paid for just page impressions.

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Post Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:27 pm
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Interesting, but according to the rules, you have to click a website ad and stay viewing the site for at least 15 seconds.

I'd be more interested in getting paid for just page impressions.

Most things I search for I stay 15 seconds anyway. This just keeps the mad clickers from third world countries at bay. After all, it is an advertising business and not a charity.

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Post Tue Sep 01, 2009 6:30 pm
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Ah yeah. . . I got the wrong picture. I was thinking I'd have to click stuff other than what I searched for.

Yeah, could be cool.

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Post Wed Sep 02, 2009 2:06 pm
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Ah yeah. . . I got the wrong picture. I was thinking I'd have to click stuff other than what I searched for.

Yeah, could be cool.

In my opinion, free money for doing what you would anyway is ALWAYS cool.

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I've been trying to use bing and give it a chance; but, perhaps I should be using someone who is going to bribe me to use them;)

I'm in the google habit these days. Use to use yahoo back when I had IM with it.

Some how IM there got disabled.

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IMO Google gives the best results when what you want to do is search, so for that reason I use it almost exclusively, because I do a heck of a lot of googling. When I need to look up the syntax for a javascript function, it's easier to just type it in my Google toolbar than it is to pull out a reference book and turn the pages. Smile

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IMO Google gives the best results when what you want to do is search, so for that reason I use it almost exclusively, because I do a heck of a lot of googling. When I need to look up the syntax for a javascript function, it's easier to just type it in my Google toolbar than it is to pull out a reference book and turn the pages. Smile


I've been playing around with bing a tad and the results don't seem that different then google. Tim, when is the last time you tried another search?

I found a cool H1N1 link that had everything updated till the 21st of August. But then it's SEO tanked and I wasn't able to find it again by searching; but I did have the URL from printing a page out. Perhaps it will get top SEO again if it gets updated.

Personally I thought it was easier to find stuff online pregoogle.

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Google, is hands down the only search engine I bother with, and the only one I work SEO for, and now that I am top of my search term subjects on Google, why would I won't to worry about trying to get to top of lessor search engines, just does not compute. lol

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Yes 50% site owner choose Google but I think there's no wrong if you try another search engine and compare which one could be better.
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I'm always using google but when google have problem in loading I'm using yahoo. Most of use google because it give much further information than other search engine.
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I use InboxDollars. They pay you for each search.
Post Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:28 pm
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