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Search Engines

This page lists some of the major search engines and meta search engines on the Internet.

Search engines allow you to search for web pages that match certain criteria. Each search engine has its strengths and weaknesses. If your search is not successful with one search engine, try another one.

Meta search engines search other search engines. They are only useful if your search is very narrow and there are only very few matching pages.

Our favorite search engine is HotBot, www.hotbot.com. If we cannot find something there, we usually try the meta search engine Dogpile, www.dogpile.com.

In recent years Google, www.google.com, has become the most acclaimed search engine.

The Search Engine Watch website, searchenginewatch.com, provides interesting background information on search engines, how they work, how to use them, and how they compare.

The Search Engine Colossus website, www.searchenginecolossus.com, lists 1400 search engines from 135 countries around the world.

Another index of search engines, meta search engines and other Internet search tools is Freeality Internet Search, www.freeality.com.

SearchEngines.com, www.searchengines.com, also maintains an extensive list of search engines and directories.

Search Engines

AltaVista
www.altavista.com

Euroferret
www.euroferret.com

EuroSeek
www.euroseek.net

Excite
www.excite.com

FAST Search
www.alltheweb.com

Google
www.google.com

HotBot
www.hotbot.com

Infoseek
infoseek.go.com

LookSmart
www.looksmart.com

Lycos
www.lycos.com

Northern Light
www.northernlight.com

Open Directory Project
dmoz.org

PlanetSearch
www.planetsearch.com

What-U-Seek
www.whatuseek.com

WebCrawler
www.webcrawler.com

Yahoo!
www.yahoo.com

Meta Search Engines

Dogpile
www.dogpile.com

Mamma
www.mamma.com

MetaCrawler
www.metacrawler.com

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