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Friday, May 13, 2005
We recently covered Phil Windley's collection of search engines which Phil says he uses on a regular basis when looking for different types of information.In a study of Internet searches, only 3% of results were shared by Ask Jeeves, Google, and Yahoo, demonstrating the differences between the major engines.Dogpile research shows that the search results delivered by Ask Jeeves, Google, and Yahoo differ substantially from one another. Using a random sampling taken from query logs, the study found that just over 3% of the returned results were shared by Ask Jeeves, Google, and Yahoo. Some 12% of the returned results were listed by two of the three search engines. And 85% of the results were unique to one of the three search engines.
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