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Informatics A software tool–eg, www.google.com for finding information from various sources online, usually by typing a few keywords. See Keyword. Cf Web crawler.
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'However, search engines drive the most targeted visitors to websites where they can more easily be converted into paying customers.'
Paul (2014) noted that there are 7 major search engines. These are: Google, Google scholar, Bing, Yahoo, Blekko, Ask and web crawler.
Google is the most used Internet search engine in North Korea, with usage of software systems designed to search for information on the World Wide Web being very much limited in the country, Radio Free Asia reported Tuesday.
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However, it is currently much more difficult to add other search engines. Plus, there is no quick search transfer ability to switch the query even between the two options.
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The Yooz search engine, available at Yooz.ir, was inaugurated in a ceremony Sunday attended by Telecommunications Minister Mahmud Vaezi in Tehran.
We understand this and invest heavily in ensuring that our website is optimised for users as well as search engines," says Mehrotra.
In the chapter on 'The Many Ways of Searching the Web Together: A Comparison of Social Search Engines', the authors Manuel Burghardt, Markus Heckner and Christian Wolff have described the social web in the modern context with the discussion on social web characteristics.

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