Which search engine provider do you use?

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  1. buckey777 profile image76
    buckey777posted 6 years ago

    Which search engine provider do you use?

    Which search engine provider do you use and why this one over others?

  2. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I have always liked Google.  It just is more pleasing to my eye and seems to find me just what I need.  I haven't had the same success with others.

    1. buckey777 profile image76
      buckey777posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      It does provide such simplicity and I think they have a great filter program to help match your results better. It also helps when you search for an item it will provide a good site with a description of the product and usually an option below the fi

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    Kommadantposted 6 years ago

    I too use Google just like duffsmom.  I think that I use it just because it is so ingrained in my mind know.  When I want to research something, the first thing that I do is go to Google.com and input whatever it is I am looking up into the search engine.

    1. buckey777 profile image76
      buckey777posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I think Google has ingrained it into all our minds with catchphrases to anything we don't know as Google It! They also seem to have done the best at advertising themselves early on to also ingrain their service into our mind. When I think of other se

  4. ShaamCA profile image59
    ShaamCAposted 6 years ago

    I use google because this gives me the exact result what am searching for and one more reason is its popularity...

  5. reahsandberg profile image58
    reahsandbergposted 6 years ago

    It has been Google always since 6 years ago. What drew me to Google from Yahoo is Google's simple design. Yahoo had so much clutter on its homepage I did not need. And although Bing offers a prettier look and "promises" better results than Google provides, Google has been always reliable to me. I might also be bias here, as an internet marketer, Google dictates the world of SEO and I have to always use it to follow its developments.


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