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    Hi , guys . I'm kind of newbie at this forum but i definitely not a newbie in Search Engines.
    Hope to help people here and maybe gather some helpfull information for myself

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    Welcome to the forums. So, what's the best all around search engine out there?

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    google its by far the best no adds on the main page and very easy to find what you looking for

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    GOOOOOOOOGLE........mmmmmmmmm.
    I do have one beef about google though I've had people ask me something and I tell them to google it and when they go to google they enter a couple of words and get frustrated at the results I think that they should use some of the extra space to explain how to do a proper search I usually get the info I'm looking for in the first page of hits oh no I'm starting to sound like wsp42005 somebody help me quick.

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    haha yeah well thanks to the guys at this forum i have gotten really far and i just send my deepest thanks so thanks alot for all of your guys time

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    Yes, Google is my first choice, too, especially once they added back the double quotation mark ability to narrow in on a specific term or phrase - the earliest engine ignored quote marks.

    Alltheweb used to be my favorite, primarily because I was looking for stuff that at the time that was more international than USA - haven't been doing those searches as much recently, so haven't compared them lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benzden
    Yes, Google is my first choice, too, especially once they added back the double quotation mark ability to narrow in on a specific term or phrase - the earliest engine ignored quote marks.

    Alltheweb used to be my favorite, primarily because I was looking for stuff that at the time that was more international than USA - haven't been doing those searches as much recently, so haven't compared them lately.
    Google is my fav to.. strange thing thoe i never ever have saw an advert for google? seen plenty for lycos, yahoo, altavista etc.. but not google, and sometimes wonder how i came across google in the first place but i know this i never use any other search engine for find information, i think if google cant find it then it dont exist! .. :-)

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    Googles relies on the most honest form of advertising. 'Word of Mouth'.

    Its the best. Would you rather trust a banner ad, or a recommendation from your best friend ?
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