Active Search Results
An independent search engine with its own spider and page ranking algorithm.
General search engine which includes its own index of websites.
Indexes the front page content of the sites which are listed in its directory.
Features the possibility to use slashtags to restrict searched sites to various topics. Offers image, video and local search, too.
A fusion of computer technology and human intelligence. Live human guides are available to provide additional assistance in finding relevant results.
Web search engine featuring semantic cluster graphs, image extraction, and tag clouds.
The English-language version of a Swedish search engine with a clean interface and large database.
A cross between a search engine and an encyclopedia. The results return complete, informative sentences about the search topic. Related topics are suggested.
Ontological semantic and natural language processing (NLP) based search engine.
Offers Lycos services including searching.
Search engine supported by social networks to help rank sites on the basis of social recommendations.
Processes natural language queries and delivers results in clusters by topic. Queries can be keywords, phrases or short questions.
Human compiled and edited search engine.
Search engine with a clean interface and no advertising, no tracking. Also offers business solutions.
Scrub The Web
Search engine with sponsored links at the top of results. Also offering a meta tag builder and analyzer.
Indexes sites listed in the major internet directories. Offers free web services, including a search toolbar, and code for webmasters to provide search boxes on their sites.
A human-edited and spider-based search engine, which claims to provide only a few, but relevant results.
Results with thumbshots of the sites.
Search engine with its own crawler. It provides ample information about the documents and the queries.
Search engine with country specific searching. Options to display country flags, and include preview and translation features. Sponsored links appear in panels separate from the main results.