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Old 11-16-2010, 06:07 AM   #1
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Interesting Can Bing or Blekko Beat Google?

What is the problem with Google!!!??? Why must be beaten???

Could Bing or Blekko Top Google in the Search-Engine Wars? - TIME
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:12 AM   #2
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Problem is that a single company like Google dominates the whole web, whole business ideas are depending probably only on Google, because let's be serious: who cares about placement in Bing if you ain't ranking in Google ? Actually nobody...
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:36 AM   #3
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i think now that facebook and bing are working together and yahoo also now uses bing, i think market share of google is gonna go down for search, how much nobody can predicts.
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What is the problem with Google!!!??? Why must be beaten???

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the problem with google is all the information they hold, they track everything and everyone, now they are even in the cellphone business, not far fetched that when you activate their gps system and allow them to use it, they an see which stores you go in, all to get more data for ads. altough so far google has not revealed information, i don't like anyone having that much information about me no matter the advantages of the product
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:44 AM   #5
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what the hell is a blekko?
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Old 11-16-2010, 06:48 AM   #6
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blekko is a new search engine, pretty good i must confess, been using it for a month or so... even as homepage

Check it out blekko | slashtag search
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I checked blekko out. seems odd/retarded. the name is horrible.
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I think that Bing has no chance to beat Google, and Blekko even less chances (personally, i don't like it, it seems a poor imitation of Google, and i'm not mentioning that the results you get on a search are less relevant than in the first two browsers i've mentioned)
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Old 11-16-2010, 01:46 PM   #10
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For now, I think no one ca beat google. But it's possible that someday, a new search engine will come and can outrank google.
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Old 11-18-2010, 02:27 AM   #11
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I think it could be Fb, you see it right now
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I had to check out Blekko to see what it is all about. Looks pretty simple and streamlined. I like the way it gives you additional keywords the way Google does.

It could be a help for keyword research...we'll see.
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Old 11-18-2010, 12:20 PM   #13
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Bing beating google wouldn't be any better though, cause then bing (Microsoft) is richer than Google, then has even more excessive market share. Can Yahoo make it back to the top spot?
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Google still holds the ground and Bing has been here for over a year and not growing fast to catch Google. It is not much of a threat to Google in the current situation.

When it comes to Blekko, you guys might have heard about Cuil.com which was started by former Google engineers over a year ago I believe and everybody were saying that it might be a threat to Google but till now there's not even a small sign. Same thing will happen to Blekko and lots of other searchengines.

Anyway, I would love to see the end of Google domination. They still are the king and will stay there period but technology world is unpredictable. Let's just wait and see who eats who? Most important let's just ride the Google wave and earn fortune.
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Old 11-18-2010, 04:57 PM   #15
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lol..No way..google is always top..
People probably said the same thing about Yahoo at one point in time.
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I this if Googles keeps things clean, sanitized, and doesn't get too complicated, it will be the top-dog...indefinitely. But I have noticed they are starting to make things a little cluttered ie. their instant website previews. Hell, they block the adword ads on the right side of the page.
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the website previews are so annoying, i get it on my netbook, it's a drag, slows down the browser so much.

They will probably phase it out, they tend to invent stuff to test, and discard it a lot.

But google are too good for that, they're not going to let bing take over.

It all depends on the consumer though, consumers are too gullible sometimes, bing isn't all that great, they just copied google, but put more emphasis on domain age, and site size. So if you have an older domain and a big site, you have a little better chance of ranking in bing than in google.

However most of the other stuff are same/similar, they both like nice body text anchor links in keyword dense articles
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As much as I'd like to see Google lose some dominance I'm not sure a Microsoft run search engine is going to be better. Atleast Google doesn't manually screw with rankings, you can bet Microsoft will be happy to rank you higher organically for a small price.
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The two Stanford guys that founded Google did so on the basis of building a better mousetrap. They worked extensively on developing the best mathematical search algorithms that had ever been devised. Since then, they continue to enhance the mathematical depth of Google algorithms. So far, no one (especially Bing) has even come remotely close to the sophistication of Google's algorithms. So long as that remains true Google will, and should, dominate the Internet.
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Yeah Google has been around for decades.

I remember coming across google website 12 years ago, that time yahoo was the dogs bollcks, and alltheweb.com was expected to be the next best thing, google came completely below the radar, they had a long term plan, provide very good non spammy, highly relvant search results.

It's algorithm was so good that it converted people bit by bit, the turning point came for me, when more and more people were talking about google, I ditched alltheweb.com and adopted google.

Bing may or may not be the next best search engine, it wont happen overnight though, bing probably need [and know this and have implemented] a ten year plan to convert google users to bing users.

Bing does have the budget to compete with google though so it has a fighting chance.
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There is no way Bing and Blekko, can beat Google. Google has alot of market share and are developing new products and services all the time.
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Old 12-16-2010, 11:03 AM   #23
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Theoretically, all it should take to knock Google off is for a competitor to reach critical mass. However, due to the extra services that Google has linked in with search (mail/videos/maps/news/shopping) the threshold needed to get people to switch has become significantly higher than back in the late 90s when your search engine was just a search engine.

Personally, I think Google has reached a similar stage to Microsoft with Windows & Office. They have such a huge proportion of the market, with relatively good features that people are just completely apathetic to change.
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i never heared anything like bleko

but someday Bing may give competition to google in some extents not in Search For sure
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Facebook is different than Google, is a SOCIAL NETWORK and only that. Google is not only a search engine, take Google Maps, Adsense, Gmail, and many many other products they offer over the web, so itīs power is really heavy compared to others. I donīt think Bing will surpass this.
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well facebook serps = bing.

when someone searches in fb, if fb can't find anything it gives bing search results.

Bing also made a deal with facebook to share like data, so bing now has strong insight onto what real humans are liking on facebook. This could be huge for algorithms, imagine your company fan page with the url on gets liked by 10K people, well bing will probably take that data into consideration.

As well as read off other valuable social data to help in serps i suppose.
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Bing/Microsoft/FB could surprise a lot of you that are saying "Nothing can't beat Google".

Don't just repeat what others are saying, most of you are Online marketers, think like one. Your vision gotta be much farther than what meets the eyes.

1) Competition is always good, for both, consumers and affiliates (in this case).

2) Google has become greedy and kinda a monopoly, they want to have every APP they see or build a similar one. No only that, they have become a skynet, compiling every single bit of info about users (doesn't matter if you are logged in), to the extend that now when you do a search they present you with info about friends on your social networks in the SERP, to say the least.

3) As others have pointed out, those new thingy Big G has implemented recently, like Google Instant, Live Preview, etc. are double edge swords, when I'm surfing as a consumer I get so bothered by those thing that I have to turn off those things in G/chrome preferences. Too much clustering and resource wasted on the user side.

4) Big G swears by it guidelines, in order to rank websites, meanwhile ppl says that Bing likes spammy sites to be ranked. Wrong, I see many spammy sites ranked in the first page of google. Not to mention all those authority sites hacked, and Big G doesn't seem to care/do anything (as if they can do anything).

I'm not saying Bing/fb could *beat* G, insane statement. But will these 2 be more and more of a competition for G? I'll put my bet on a "Yes". 2011 will be a year full of big changes in the Search, Social industry I guess. So, pay close attention and you may profit from these changes.

PS: just my 2 cents based on some analysis and experience, I could be wrong.
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I'm glad Bing is at least putting up a fight, but it's a long shot at best.
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Google has such a commanding lead over the competition that it's hard to imagine them getting dethroned. But on the other hand, with how big Facebook is getting, they'll give big G a good run for their money with all of Facebook's new upcoming features and changes.
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Can Bing or Blekko Beat Google?
Google is been called now Big G. Big G is the mother of search engines. People try everyday to rank well in google. No one can beat Big G I think so.
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While anything is possible, I don't know if I see this happening. Google is so established and continues to build into other areas it will be difficult for anybody to catch up at this point...
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I checked blekko out. seems odd/retarded. the name is horrible.
Agreed.

1) The results were horrible and very un-related to my search
2) None of my sites are ranking for their top keywords

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Nothing is permanent, someone will eventually beat Google. There is no doubt that Google is #1 as of now, but if you look around more and more people are using Bing. This is due to Bing's advertising campaign and that it's the default SE in Internet Explorer. Google is losing market share to Bing everyday. Read this article from Forbes about how Google is making less money nowadays then it was before, even though they advertise huge numbers (without much meaning). Google's Big Problem They Don't Want You To Know About - Forbes

The other thing about Bing, is it's semantics way of search. Bing is experimenting with semantics programming. Semantics deals with the meaning of a language: the meaning of the search term, rather than the amount of keywords and back links related to the keywords. Semantic programming is the future, Web 3.0. Google Search has yet to test this new way of search for themselves.

Also, just food for thought, Yahoo search was operated by Google back in the day, then by themselves, now it depends of Bing. Although Yahoo isn't as important as it was a year or two ago, it's still very popular.
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Search is a very dynamic field that is constantly changing. In an ideal world all of the players in the industry would only be concerned with providing their users with the most objective and relevant results, but we all know that's not true. Its pretty clear that Google is quickly establishing enormous control over many aspects of the internet and accumulating mass amounts of personal data on all of us. Hopefully innovation by their competitors can loosen their iron grip on search and provide more competition. In my view, until there are serious advances in semantic programming and sentiment analysis this isn't going to happen.
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I don't think Google will be "beaten" anytime soon...it's a classic. It was there for us in the early days of the Internet, and it continues to be there for us by providing the most quality search results on the 'Net.
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I don't think Google will be "beaten" anytime soon...it's a classic. It was there for us in the early days of the Internet, and it continues to be there for us by providing the most quality search results on the 'Net.
AOL was there before Google. Where are they now?
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Bing might not be the one to do it, but someone else could overtake Google. Lots of things could happen to cause a game-changer. Look at the uproar over Facebook's privacy issues. That was nothing compared to what Google seems to be collecting. The internet is always changing and it's still very new. Who knows what might be next?
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Google is so much larger than people realize it. It has the big dog advantage. It has the first comers advantage. It might as well own the Internet. Neither Bing nor Blekko will topple the big G.
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i never heared anything like bleko

No one can beat Google IMHO.
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Old 03-20-2012, 03:28 AM   #41
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Not a chance..not even FB..see how many users FB has..and see how many users google has on the search engines..its absolutely impossible.
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Whether it's Bing or Facebook, the top spot still belongs to Google.
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like google
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Can Google Be Beaten?

I can see Google's market share going down gradually over the next few years, but I think we're several years away from Google actually being beat out by either one.
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No one can beat google these days, maybe after 10 years...
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I guess because every once in a while, there will come a better one to substitute the existing “best” one. It’s just like facebook defeating friendster...lol!
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I think Google will also be the "Boss" in the years to come.
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Bing has a chance because they are focusing a lot on social but i dont know about bleeko
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I don't think Google will be "beaten" anytime soon...it's a classic. It was there for us in the early days of the Internet, and it continues to be there for us by providing the most quality search results on the 'Net.
Google wasn't around during the early days of the internet.
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How much market share does Bing really have? even when you have a top ranking site on Bing, it draws hardly any traffic, I can't see it or any other search engine getting close to Google unless they somehow revolutionise search service
(as google did)
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