The former Google's engineers have created a new search engine that as they claim is absolutely different and will be a serious competitor on the market. I was going to check it myself, but looks like the site is currently down, just a few hours after it was released. Have you had a chance to check it when it was working?
I kind of like how it works. It is different than anything else I've seen.
well, I've just learned that it should be pronounced as "cool":)
by Nancy Mitchell6 weeks ago
I know very little about SEO. If you have hubs on niche sites, is it still important to have a knowledge of SEO? I get little love from Goggle.
by Anas Shad4 years ago
While I was in the forums, i saw a lot of hubbers complain about the effect of the Google Panda on their traffic and earnings. Some even so disappointed that they were thinking about quitting hubpages. I was wondering...
by Writer Fox23 months ago
Well, this is interesting. Bing is offering kickbacks for using its search engine:http://www.bing.com/explore/rewards?FOR … PUBL=BNPHP
by Loraine Brummer6 months ago
Which is the most important for search engine searches: the Hub summary or the first paragraph of the Hub? I thought the summary was most important, but I notice that sometimes searches show the first sentences in...
by Oyewole Folarin2 years ago
Despite yahoo efforts to be of course the top search engine in world, Google continue to rule. While queries through yahoo search usually has a lower bounce rate, that from Google from my own experience has a bit high...
by FootballNut8 months ago
With the Ad Program service Hubpages offer, to benefit all writers and Hubpages what is the possibility of allowing Hubpage members access to the hosted Adverts in the Hubpages Ad Program?Is there potential that members...
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