Top Ten Search Engines

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Google: Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products.

Bing: I use Bing for getting images at school. It's great. On Google, they block 75% of the internet's images on there, maybe more.

Yahoo: As much as I dislike Yahoo and Bing, I think they deserve more votes. Google's search is very restrictive, censoring many sites that go against their "liberal" agenda.

DuckDuckGo: This is my go-to on both my iPad and MacBook. It works really well and has great search results.

Ask: I don't like ask because, you type in what you want to search, then it comes up with results, which just direct you to another search page.

AOL Search: AOL. Search. Cancel. Settings · Help & Feedback · Privacy(Updated); Terms(Updated); Do Not Sell My Personal Information.


Ecosia: Ecosia is an amazing search engine. I used to be part of Environmental Club at school, and I would use it all the time. But for some reason my school blocked it.

Mywebsearch: I never even heard of this. And when I searched it, and searched something, it was just terrible. Sorry,But, is'nt this a virus? No one even uses it! So, whoever put this here is crazy.

DogPile: This was number 3 in the worst search engines list. THIRD! Probably because of the name and the look. Ask and Bing are just terrible.

Info.com: Info is a metasearch engine, which as of 2013, provided results from search engines Google, Yahoo!, Ask, Bing, Yandex, and Open Directory.