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What Are Some Alternatives To Google
Today, the majority of searches on the Internet are performed via Google. Its market share in a number of countries is higher than the 80% mark. However, who are its primary competitions in the present? Which other search engines can you use to find information on the internet? We will explain the strengths and the weaknesses of these search engines. Google.com for an example.

Microsoft's Bing Search Engine
Microsoft's Bing is probably the most frequently-used alternative to Google. Both search engines appear identical. Search engine results contain details about each result, including a title and description and a hyperlink directly to the search result. Some search results include a panel at the right of the navigation pane, which provides information that is of interest. Bing also offers vertical search engines that allow users to locate specific types of content like images, news, and videos. They can appear in the main search results and on other websites. Google has been criticised for displaying YouTube videos prominently during videos in searches. However it isn't a problem for Bing. Bing is like Google in that it monitors user behavior. This includes persistent information about the search terms they made use of and the results they clicked on. This allows Bing direct advertising to the results of its search. Bing can also serve personalised ads inside its Windows operating system.

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Duckduckgo Search Engine
DuckDuckGo search results are a different option to Google. The DuckDuckGo search engine performs the search instantly when you make a request. DuckDuckGo will retrieve Bing results and then shows them directly in your browser. When you search this engine, you don't come in direct contact with Bing. Bing will not be able to access any of your personal details like IP address or geographical location. DuckDuckDuckGo also adds ads to its search results. The US search engine doesn't collect any information about users therefore it isn't able to provide targeted ads. If you search for "holidays", it will only return advertisements related to the phrase or keyword that you were searching for. Because it's made the decision to not use any other information regarding you, it won't be allowed to use that. We think Bing and Google look very similar. Personal preferences will determine which search engine you prefer. DuckDuckGo is more secure and private.

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