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Top Visual Search Engines: The Most Interesting Ways To Visually Explore Search Engine Results 1. Grokker Grokker is a web-based search engine that allows you to explore your results in a visual fashion. Your results are displayed both in a standard outline and in a dynamic map you can interact with. Grokker takes advantage of Yahoo!, Wikipedia, and Amazon Books search engines to perform its queries.
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Google: Alternatives to the search giant 17 July 2013Last updated at 19:50 ET By Leo Kelion Technology reporter Google's shares have risen nearly 60% since Larry Page became chief executive in 2011 Google's been busy. The Top 100 Alternative Search Engines Written by Charles S. Knight, SEO, and edited by Richard MacManus. The Top 100 is listed at the end of the analysis. Ask anyone which search engine they use to find information on the Internet and they will almost certainly reply: "Google." Look a little further, and market research shows that people actually use four main search engines for 99.99% of their searches: Google, Yahoo!, MSN, and Ask.com (in that order).
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