Google as King of Search Engine

google_sm1.gif Research from Nielsen/NetRatings showed that in June, 2.67 billion web searches were carried out on Google: that’s nearly half of all searches.

The rest were:

Yahoo 1.24 billion (23%)

MSN (10.3%)

AOL (6.9%)

Google projects are both ambitious and remarkable. You can hardly think that Google can be ever beaten in the search engine battle. Google is the ruling giant. Not only in terms of size but in terms of quality of user web search experience.

But the search engine war is not over. Somewhere, somehow a new King will be victorious to over throne Google. On how it will happen, no one really knows.

Back in the year 1996, no one would think that Yahoo and AltaVista can be ever beaten in their business, except the founders of Google. After the Google success in very short time, hundreds of Larry Page and Sergey Brin were born and will challenge the good King Google.

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2 Responses to “Google as King of Search Engine”

  1. Google’s search engine technology is so old it’s sad. Believe me if you may, but I claim to have discovered a new technology to replace pagerank(and G). I have been working on it’s theory for about 10 months now. It is going to make them weep. I still need at least another 6 months before you’ll even here of this.
    Just because this blog is sweet, here is a stealthy spoiler:
    If my theory is correct, the system will be able to use (and assess) a users topic knowledge and activity to make the search more efficient and more effective then you-know-who. It’s pretty darn complex, but I believe I can make it work…soon. If you live in Montreal, have no life, know python and want to help me this summer: youare@nikotia.biz.

    • damongligaw Says:

      I heard that some web users are not happy the way google handle the current pageranking. On the other side, google gaps has been filled with smaller companies. Throwing tweeter into the mix, I think the web user experience is about to evolve once again. Then this evolving of internet usage may open an opportunity to overthrow google. Just my 2 cents.

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