Baidu

Baidu

Baidu is the largest search engine in China. It facilitates over 60% of the search market in mainland China, closely followed by Qihoo and Sogou. People use Baidu to find web, image, videos and news content online. The company behind the search engine, Baidu Inc, is the equivalent to Google in the United States.

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Google Search
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Google Search

With Google Search you can search for information from webpages, images, videos and more. Google Search is the world's most popular search engine and dominates the search market with close to 90% market share. In the early days of search, Google was able to provide better results than its competitors, thanks to its Google Page Rank algorithm. The algorithm focused on calculating relevancy through backlinks found online. Today, Google's ranking algorithm includes over 200 major signals to establish site authority and ranking.

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Bing
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Bing

Bing is a web search engine created by Microsoft. Much like Google Search, Bing provides a variety of services including web search, video search, image search and maps related products. With Bing, users can search the web in a quick and refined manner. All results are indexed and ranked by Bing on Microsft Azure cloud infrastructure.

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Yandex
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Yandex

Yandex is a search engine that helps you quickly find the information you need.  Since 1997, the Russian search engine have delivered world-class, locally relevant search and information services to people world wide. It provides robust web search, image search, video search that can be accessed through your mobile device, laptop or desktop.

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Private.sh
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Private.sh

Private.sh is an encrypted proxy-based private search engine without any logging and with auditable code. The privacy-focused search engine is a collaborative venture between Private Internet Access and GigaBlast. Private.sh is one of the few US-based search engines that maintain its own index of more than a billion pages.

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searX
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searX

SearX is a decentralized, non-commercial and privacy-respecting metasearch engine that aggregates results from more than 70 search services. With SearX, users can enjoy the power of search engines without being profiled and tracked. The distributed nature of searX allow anyone to run an instance of the software, hosted for everyone to use. SearX is released free and open-source under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3.

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DuckDuckGo
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DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo is a privacy-focused internet search engine that does not profile its users and shows all users the same results. When using DuckDuckGo you can be sure that your query results are net generated in a personalized search result bubble. DuckDuckGo is free to use and does not store your search history, the advertisement done on the platform is based on keywords only.

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TOP PROS
No Personalized Ads

DuckDuckGo makes their money from private ads shown next to search results. These ads are not based on personal information like search, browsing, and purchase history, like with other search engine like Google or Bing. If you search for the term dogs, DuckDuckGo will show you ads related to dogs and not based on prior activity.

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Combined Search Index

DuckDuckGo's results are a compilation of more than 400 sources, including Yahoo! Search BOSS, Wolfram Alpha, Bing, Yandex, its own web crawler the DuckDuckBot.

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TOP CONS
Ecosia
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Ecosia

Ecosia is a search engine that uses parts of its profits to plant trees world-wide, to improve global CO2 emissions. When using Ecosia as your search engine you get a tree score for each individual search. On average you need around 45 searches to plant a tree!

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Mojeek
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Mojeek

Mojeek is privacy focused search engine built from the ground up. Unlike many other meta search engines like DuckDuckGo, Ecosia and Startpage, Mojeek index web pages on their own servers, and rank them according to their own algorithm. Mojeek has gone from a personal project to a search engine that index and ranks over two billion pages across the internet.

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