How often do you use Google to do your searches on each day?
If not, which search engine do you prefer? Why?
I never use google. I use bing. I get better results with bing, google just gives me a bunch of stuff I've searched for in the past. Bing gives me what I actually searched for.
Mostly Google, but search engines all rank everything in a different way. So what you might not find with Google, you can find with Bing, or Yahoo.I prefer Google over the others because I feel it's quicker, and simple.
If I have any trouble finding what I need or if I am looking for new / different results from the same findings I've seen time and again, even after using alternate search terms / keywords or phrases...
I'll switch to another search engine for that one search, then switch back to Google. It works out.
I use google every day I suppose I don't know any better. I'm relatively new to this and google just does what I want it to. I have no need at present to try something different but if some other the others were to say "we do this and that" faster or better than google, then I'd take a look,
I use Google all day. It is default search engine on Google Chrome on my laptop and all the three browsers on my Android. Google always show me at first page what i really want.
I use Google and Wikipedia several times in a 'session' (usually after 8:30pm-1:30am), depending on what i'm searching for in my writing. There are others I click on as well, but my main search engine is Google. Sometimes the solution to my query is better elsewhere, but Wikipedia is often good.
by Ken Kline 4 years ago
What search engine do you use and why? Do you which often - if so, why?Do you use Mozilla for your searches? Why or why not? Do you know the difference that Mozilla offers?
by Spacey Gracey 8 years ago
Wondering if Google instant is going to reduce views to hubs focused on long string keyword searches.Thoughts people.
by Ethan Green 6 years ago
I've read a lot about the importance of doing keyword research, but then you also get the impression that to really do that research properly can take a long time unless you get lucky early on or really know what you are doing. So I wonder, with some people pumping out huge amounts of hubs, are...
by Maria Sol 6 years ago
Does anyone use a search engine besides Google for their primary searches?Just curious as to how many people habitually use a search engine that is not Google for their primary searches. Why do you prefer a non-Google search platform?
by Majida Liaqat 5 years ago
I joined hubpages one month ago and started writing hubs on weekends because I am very busy on working days. I have published 12-13 hubs right now and they are featured (12 of them while the 13th is still under review). Though my score on each hub is above 50 but I am seeing no traffic coming on my...
by CutterM 7 years ago
Google has the big G in it.
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