Tuesday, September 18, 2007

From AskJeeves.com to Ask.com

The Internet has expanded largely in recent years. It's the latest and innovative way for everyone to search for just anything from learning kits to wearing apparels, getting hands on new DVD to getting information about the latest trends. Search engine has become integral part of Internet community. Internet is so huge that nobody can tell or imagine how large it is. So people can just lose their path for their quest to search the things they intended to search on the Internet. Popular search engine like ask, google, yahoo, msn are leading the race of becoming the number one search engine.

Ever since I began surfing the Internet about eight years ago I learned about the various things about Internet slowly. One of the first thing that I learned was E-mail, than after popular Chat and slowly the about the search engine and to name few search engine that I came across was google along with the askjeeves.com. It was listed in the computer magazine which I was a regular reader of. I was wondering which search engine will produce the better result: the result that I intended to have and not the other unnecessary ones which were there just to bother my search. Askjeeves.com now Ask.com has come a long way since their introduction about a decade ago. Not to forget they have competed against the rivals which were definitely were a step ahead and now on par with them. The newly added AJAX is definitely prove a valuable addition for Ask.com.

Last but not least the newly designed front page of Ask.com is very much attractive. I don't like the search page full of advertisements and links in msn and yahoo. And now with the revamped design of Ask.com google will definitely look a little bit monotonous. But what matters is the search result provided by it and Ask.com provides a better search results.

1 comment:

CyberCelt said...

Sagun, this is a well-written post. It does seem like we have too many choices in search today. I have 17 search engines in my FireFox toolbar! I like the maps feature at Ask the most.

Much success.

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