The Folks at kissmetrics.com certainly are a happy bunch they strive to make their customers happy by analyzing their website’s traffic. They also gave us this list of the Top 40 alternative search engines. You really should check these out and at least be aware of whats out there sme of these niche search engines can really come in handy and save you lots of time when you are doing certain types of research so please read on!
Have you ever been looking for something but didn’t know where to find it? If that something is online, then your search is over (or just about to begin). The following are 40 advanced and alternative search engines that you can use to find just about anything on the Internet. Use them to follow discussions about your industry, monitor your online reputation, and much more!
Concerned about online privacy? DuckDuckGo prides themselves as being the search engine that does not track or personalize your searches and results. They even offer handy visual guides on Google tracking and filter bubbling.
Use your search to raise money for charities! Each legitimate search on Goodsearch raises $.01 for a charity of your choice. You’ll just have to open an account, choose a charity, and then start searching! Goodsearch uses the Yahoo! search engine. Avoid fraudulent use, though, as they’ll catch you and remove the charity.
Want trees planted while you search? That’s what Ecosia does! Simply run your normal searches and Ecosia will use its surplus income to conservationist organizations that plant trees. And you don’t have to sacrifice low-quality results to do good – Ecosia uses Bing and their own search algorithms.
If you want results from the top three search engines, but don’t want to go to them individually, try Dogpile. It’s results are pulled from the top three search engines “without all the mess.”