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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Sunday, 10 October 2004
One of the biggest challenges on the Web is finding something that meets your specific needs. There's a lot of information - so much that looking for something takes some heavy research.  Hopefully, the following links will make your search more successful... faster.

Sections:  General Searches, Archieplex, Searching Gopher, Find People, Get Noticed, Misc. Searches/Info

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General Searches
  • AAA Matilda - waltz the Web this highly popular Search Engines. The most popular search engine outside of North America. Matilda is a very individual search engine from Australia, and growing rapidly in popularity.
  • About.com - a search engine with real people to assist your needs.
  • Acronym Finder - search over 129,000 aronyms.
  • Aeiwi - provides a unique interface that allows users to add more and more search terms until they have a manageable number of results.
  • All4one - allows simultaneous searching of four major search engines with a single click. Results are displayed in side by side re-sizable frames, and it is much faster than other meta-searches.
  • AllSearchEngines.com - lists the top seach engines as well as links for numerous topical searches.
  • AllSearchEngines Super Search - query all engines at once.
  • Alphasearch.org - gives multiple search options.
  • AltaVista - one of the search engine classics. A HUGE index with powerful and FAST search functions, including a "Babelfish" language translator.
  • AME Info - ultimate Middle East business resource.
  • AOL Search - the search facility from the world's number one service provider.
  • Ask Jeeves - innovative online search service that processes plain-language queries with surprising accuracy.
  • AvSearch - is dedicated to aviation.
  • Bigstuff - simple, fast search engine, with free e-mail.
  • Blink - bookmarked search engine.
  • BrightGate - Searches over 20 search engines using a parallel metasearch.
  • C4 - total search technology.
  • Canadopedia - this search engine lists English and French Canadian web sites, plus Canadian web sites in other languages.
  • CorporateInformaton.com - searched through company profiles, and there are over 250,000.
  • Crystalhit - search multiple sites on the web and customize your search preferences.
  • Datahit - mining the net on a Linux based spider.
  • Debriefing - debriefing supports advanced search syntax, removes duplicates, and is able to use both English and French Search Engines.
  • Direct Hit - this Popularity Engine tracks the sites that people actually select from the search results list. By analysing the activity of millions of previous Internet searchers, Direct Hit determines the most popular and relevant sites for your search request.
  • Directory India - premier Yellow Page and Directory for all Indian Companies on the Web.
  • DMOZ Open Directory - the Open Directory Project aims to build the most comprehensive human-reviewed directory of the web, by relying on a vast army of volunteer editors.
  • Dogpile - metasearch site that sends a search to a customizable list of search engines.
  • Education World Search Engine - best Education Site Today. Search more than 110,000 URLs on education.
  • Embassy World - locates all countries with guest and host embassies.
  • engines2go - fast access to the most used search engines.  Opens a window for each search engine you have selected.
  • Entireweb - brand new search technology and over 80 million searchable documents.
  • Euroseek - EuroSeek is distinguished from other such engines by a multi-lingual interface.
  • Excite - Excite currently has over 50 million pages in their index and sites are re-indexed every week. One of its special features is the ability to search specifically within news sites and online newswires from around the world.
  • European Search Engines - an index of many of Europe's popular search tools.
  • Findit-quick - a valuable search tool to consumers and a wide variety of listings to meet everyone's needs.
  • FindWhat - a modern search facility.
  • FlashSearch - search Engine and directory.
  • Fossick.com - a selective collection of more than 3,000 search engines and topical guides.
  • Free for Webmasters - search tools to design your website.
  • Galaxy.com - listings reviewed before posted to insure quality of search results.
  • Gee-Wiz! - indexes similarly to Yahoo and are now taking in listings.
  • Global Network Academy Distance Learning Catalog - a research resource geared toward academia.
  • Global Online Directory (GOD) - UK based search engine/directory.
  • Google is a fast, accurate and infomative relatively new search engine.
  • Go2mypage - using the Hyperseek Search Engine Software.
  • GoTo - GoTo is the only major search engine which sells listings. Companies can pay money to be placed higher in the search results, which GoTo feels improves relevancy.
  • Golem Jewish Hypersearch - find Jewish resources on the web
  • GoXML - the world's first true XML context-based search processor, catalogs only XML based data on the internet
  • HaReshima - a search engine and links specifically for Jewish and Israeli sites on the web.
  • Highway 61 - a search site with a sense of humour: submits your search to Yahoo, Lycos, Webcrawler, Excite, and others and lists the results on a single page.
  • Hotbot - this search engine has a great many loyal fans. It very often comes up with the goods where other engines fail.
  • Hotrate - search made relevant with a guide to the best of the world
  • Ibound - a search engine sponsored by Excite.
  • Information Outpost - simply type in what you are looking for below and they will send the information back to you via e-mail.
  • Infohiway - the info hiway search engine.
  • Infoseek - a comprehensive and accurate WWW search engine.
  • International Development Institute - has a list of search engines, e-commerce/banking links as well as internet and intranet data for engineers.
  • ioport - allows users to search by category or simutaneously search four engines at once.
  • IQseek - search up to 12 search engines at once.
  • Internet Sleuth - Allows you to search the standard search engine choices or a huge number of specialty sites, all from the same place.
  • Kerbango - Kerbango is dedicated to making Internet audio easier, more reliable and much more popular!
  • Langenberg - offers lists of searches covering over 25 different topics, from acronyms to zip codes.
  • Linkengines - create and control custom web directories
  • Linkzone World
  • Links2Go - surf the web sideways.
  • Littlefinder - an individual database search engine.
  • Logisticsbay - free e-mail, with a simple search engine.
  • Looksmart - LookSmart is the closest rival Yahoo has, in terms of being a human-compiled directory of the web. The high quality of the directory is thanks to a team of nearly 200 full-time professional editors.
  • Lycos - a gigantic database of URLs from the WWW, gopher, and FTP. Lycos has been around since the early days of the net and is still one of the most popular search engines. The service employs human editors for some of its listings, complemented by crawler-based results. The name Lycos comes from the Latin for "wolf spider."
  • Mamma - the mamma of search engines
  • MasterSite - the best place to find anything on the Internet.
  • Megacrawler - a parallel search with free e-mail.
  • Metacrawler - search engine in conjunction with go2net searching meta data.
  • Metafetcher - can search any 10 of 300 search engines at the same time, including metasearches.
  • Metahoo! - directory, news, mail and metasearches.
  • Metaiq - smarter way to search with 6 engines in one.
  • Mirago - UK directory and search engine.
  • Monster Crawler - Performs a simultaneous multi-thread searches.
  • MSN (Microsoft) - Microsoft's MSN service features both directory listings and search engine results. Powered by Inktomi, this is now one of the most powerful search engines and portals around.
  • Multimeta - a bilingual search that encorporates seven browsers.
  • Namedroppers - domain name searching services.
  • Net-Buster - a great fast and efficient search engine.
  • NetGet - Canadian search engine. Uses Canadian versions of popular search engines.
  • The Net One - search engine with numerous categories. Numerous web promotion links here.
  • Noimage.com - a search engine that has no images, thus loads fast.
  • Northern Light - a professional researchers' favourite, because it organises material so well by topic. Based in Canada.
  • OneJump - a search engine download that uses company names, brand names or ticker symbols. It even gives nicknames to your own favourite jumps.
  • One2Seek - metasearch a very intelligent search site.
  • PointGuide - features a top 10 list, what's cool, what's new, and a search engine.
  • PureSearch - enter a query, select a search engine from those listed, and results pop up in a new window.
  • Rausco.com - a 100% kid safe search engine.
  • SavvySearch - a simultaneous search engine with the most complete net coverage so far. It includes e-mail addressees, Usenet, FTP sites, Gopher and Web space. SavvySearch queries the following search engines: AliWeb, CSTR, Deja News, EINET Galaxy, FTPSearch95, Infoseek, Inktomi, Internet Movie Database, Lycos, NIKOS, Open Text, Pathfinder, Point Search, SIFT - Stanford Information Filtering Tool, Tribal Voice, Virtual Software Library, WebCrawler, Yahoo and Yellow Pages. It will add: Magellan: McKinley's Internet Directory, Excite and shareware.com.
  • Scour.net - a useful multimedia search engine. Use it to find audio, video, images and animation Scour.Net takes you directly to the multimedia you are searching for, quickly and easily.
  • Search Belgium - a search engine for Belgium containing shopping, news and a job finder.
  • Search Engine - search engine specific to UK related web sites.
  • Search Engines Galore World - lists major U.S. searches as well as search engines worldwide.
  • Search Engines Worldwide - has links to search engines on over 110 countries.
  • SearchEurope - a search engine for Europe
  • Search Hound - a modern search engine.
  • SearchMalta - customisable search engine for Malta
  • Searchout - a parallel search engine that searches other search engines.
  • Search Spaniel - lets you search multiple search engines (currently over 200) simultaneously or individually from a single text box. Results are returned either on a single framed window or in individual windows. A People Search form is also included. A new Java interface has been added for even speedier searching.
  • Searchspot - a powerful search tool for your portal to the internet.
  • Seek123 - meta search engine that combines your search results from a chosen group of engines onto one page.
  • SelectSurf - An excellent website directory, that doesn't overwhelm with too many sites.
  • Semiconductor.net - boasts the top search engine for the industry.
  • Sherlockhound - a metasearch engine
  • SIFMUG - Single Form Multiple Gateways
  • Simplesearch - a very simple search engine
  • Skworm - one entry multiple search engines.
  • Slider - great for browsing. Sites are indexed into folder categories and are also in an alphabetical index.
  • Snap - a human-compiled directory of web sites supplemented by search results. It aims to challenge Yahoo as the champion of categorizing the web.
  • Splat Search - named because of the way websites are splattered all over the place.
  • Spydersearch - the "net's fastest search portal", searches all major search engines from a single browser.
  • Subjex - a dialogue-based search engine in BETA.
  • Teleport Search - a Hungarian search engine.
  • Todalanet - The first meta search engine in Spanish.
  • Tools for traders - leading investment search engine.
  • Travelchannels - pure & simple travel search.
  • TsunamiSeach - combines searches from other search engines and allows you to browse by category.
  • UK Index - lists sites based in the UK or that are UK-relevant.
  • UKMax - UKMax allows users to search only pages within the .uk domain or perform a worldwide search. It also offers some directory listings, regional news content, weather reports, and portal features such as portfolio tracking.
  • UK Plus - UK Plus features reviews of UK-relevant sites, prepared by a team of journalists. Reviews are grouped into various channels, covering everything from Arts and Business to Travel and Work. They are also searchable.
  • Web Search Australia - Australian search engine.
  • Web Search new Zealand - New Zealand search engine.
  • WebCrawler - a spider-based proxy search.
  • wwwARTchannel - uses more than 500 world search engines to research everything from antiques to the theater.
  • Websearch - a site where you can create and host your own search engine.
  • Webwombat - one of the world's oldest search engines.
  • WhatUSeek - one of the most efficient search engines available.
  • Wonderport - making the web work wonders, with key portal sites.
  • Worldlight - international search engine and web-directory. Over 2-million pages indexed and growing extremely fast. Follow this great search engine all the way to the top.
  • Yahoo - the most complete subject index on the Web. Yahoo is the web's most popular search service and has a well-deserved reputation for helping people find information easily. The secret to Yahoo's success is human beings. It is the largest human-compiled guide to the web, employing 80 or more editors in an effort to categorize the web. Yahoo has at least 1 million sites listed.
  • Yell.com - the Yellow Pages on the web.
  • ZenSearch - a search engine maintained by a non-profit organization in an attempt for more accurate results.
  • Z-search - uses a quick-reference style that covers several topics including WebTV.

Archieplex Search Engines

Searching Gopher

Find People

Get Noticed
  • FastCounter - get a free hit counter for your pages.
  • ListBot - start your own free email list.
  • Search Engine Watch - provides details about how the major search engines work, how you have a better chance to be listed higher and other tips on submitting your URLs.
  • PositionAgent - see how your site ranks on major search engines.
  • Site-See Submission Service - provides a free analysis of your site's position on several popular search engines.
  • Submit Express - this will register your site with over 30 search engines for free.

Miscellaneous Searches/Info
  • Acronym Finder - a searchable database containing common acronyms and abbreviations about all subjects, with a focus on computers, technology, telecommunications, and the military.
  • Acronym Search - a acronym search engine.
  • Search Engine Comparison - comparing search engines, with discussions of some features and drawbacks of various search tools, size of each search engine's database, etc.
  • WIRED Magazine Archive - WIRED magazine archive.
  • Netcheck.com - a consumer services that are provided to the public at no cost, courtesy of the Members of The Netcheck Commerce Bureau.

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