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searchhound.com
Searchhound.com Pay-per-Click / Pay-per-Ranking Submission

Searchhound.com is a pay-per-click searchengine that has over 600.000 Webmasters in its community. In February 2001 the European group of Godado.co.uk was acquired by Searchhound.com.


searchking.com
Searchking.com Free URL Submission

Searchking.com offers you quick search results which you can rank "Very Poor", "Poor", "Good" or "Great". By doing this you will provide direct feedback to the relevancy of the searchresults. This mechanism is also used by the UKsearchking.com searchengine.

The submission of our website is free and it will be indexed immediately. But you have to register yourself first.


splatsearch.com
Splatsearch.com Free URL Submission

Splatsearch.com is a free robot operated searchengine To add your site you only need to specify your URL. Simple as that!


surfwax.com  

Surfwax.com is a metasearchengine that offers you several advanced technologies to ease your search. Surfwax uses Alltheweb, Altavista, Euroseek, Excite, Google, Hotbot, Lycos and Yahoo! for its searchresults.


teoma.com
Teoma.com Express URL Submission

Teoma is the spider search engine of Askjeeves.com. Teoma looks like Google and the company targets to become larger and more popular than Google.


tygo.com
Tygo.com Pay-per-Click / Pay-per-Ranking Submission

Tygo.com (2003) features specialized search engine, uses own spidered content as well as population from ODP data. Submission to directory is $99 and also offers pay-per-click services.


vivisimo.com  

Vivísimo wants to change the way search results are displayed on computer screens everywhere. Organized search results with document clustering. No more long, tedious lists.

Vivísimo was founded in June 2000 to develop a university-based algorithmic invention into a solid commercial product. The invention began with a question in 1998: how could the founders' research on scientific discovery be leveraged to solve the information overload problem that occurs when users are faced with hundreds or thousands of documents returned by a search? This question led to a new approach to the decades-old challenge of spontaneously grouping documents, or document clustering. The new approach emphasized the knowledge that human users hope to find rather than the mathematical elegance of the algorithms. Thus, the inventors aimed first for elegant output rather than elegant algorithms, in the belief that it is better for a handful of software developers to deal with obscure complexities than for millions of computer users to suffer complicated and confusing outputs.


webcrawler.com
Webcrawler.com Pay-per-Click / Pay-per-Ranking Submission

Webcrawler, one of the first searchengines available (1995) is now part of the Excite group. Excite keeps Webcrawler on-line as a seperate search service. Submissions go though Overture.com.


whatuseek.com
Whatuseek.com Express URL Submission

Searching is still the Web's most popular activity, and it's the foundation whatUseek is built on. What started as the very simple whatUseek Web search index in 1995 has blossomed into a still-growing full suite of search-related properties called the whatUseek Network. whatUseek is a privately held company in Northville, Michigan, on the outskirts of the burgeoning Ann Arbor technology community.


wisenut.com  

WISEnut, Inc., is an advanced search technology company founded in August 1999 and based in Santa Clara. Since June 2002 Wisenut is a Looksmart company.

The major functional difference in the new release of WiseNut is a handy page preview feature. In each listing on the results page, there is a link labeled "Sneak-a-Peak." Click it, and a small inset panel opens up within the page, directly beneath the listing, showing a preview of the page itself.


yahoo.com
Yahoo.com Free URL Submission

Yahoo! has grown to become the world's favorite guide to the Internet. We are a global Internet communications, commerce and media company that offers a comprehensive branded network of services to 120 million users each month worldwide. As the first online navigational guide to the Web, www.yahoo.com is the leading guide in terms of traffic, advertising, household and business user reach, and is one of the most recognized brands associated with the Internet. We also provide online business services designed to enhance Yahoo!'s clients' Web services, including audio and video streaming, store hosting and management, and Web site tools and services.

Yahoo! also gets the secondary searchresults from Google.



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