Showing posts with label Search Engine. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Search Engine. Show all posts

Monday, September 12, 2011

Bleeko: Search Engine without spam

Bleeko is a web search engine self styled lower case Bleeko. The site seeks to provide better results that popular search engine Google. They have about 3 billion trusted sites that they search from. They do this with the promise that websites like content farms and known spam sites get obliterated. The company groups webistes with an innovation known as slashtags. 

What are slashtags?
Slashtags according to Bleeko are self-styled custom-search engines. Websites are grouped together as topics with the '/' before them. So if you search for health you only get websites from trusted sources in regards to health. After signup users get to create their own slashtags.

What is Bleeko and how deos it work?
Bleeko is a websearh engine that has been created to completely cut-out spam, malware and content farms sites. Therefore the results you get a from sites that a free of all kinds of spam and in a way are already certified and trusted by Bleeko. These sites are already sites that have a lot of trust and Bleeko seeks to exploit their content. 

Bleeko also has a Web search bill of rights:

Search shall be open
Search results shall involve people
Ranking data shall not be kept secret
Web data shall be readily available
There is no one-size-fits-all for search
Advanced search shall be accessible
Search engine tools shall be open to all
Search & community go hand-in-hand
Spam does not belong in search results
Privacy of searchers shall not be violated

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Yahoo Begins testing with Microsoft Bing

Yahoo has begun testing algorithmic and paid search listings from Microsoft. 25 percent of users from the US will now be able to see these new search results live. The deal between Microsoft and Yahoo has got the go ahead and now users can see search results from Bing being integrated within Yahoo search results. Paid listings will also appear alongside search results. 

The paid listings that are coming from the Microsoft platform look a lot like Google Adwords. In that they are text based sponsored listings. The deal between the two large internet companies, Yahoo and Bing will now take shape and users in the US first will see the new results before it is rolled out to the rest of the world. 

Yahoo mobile search fans in the US and Canada will start to see these results as well across their mobile platforms which would include algorithmic as well as paid search listings. Bing will in the coming months become more prominent on Yahoo search. Check out the image below to see how the new search results might appear.

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