Search Engines

Following are the types of Search Engines:

Major Search Engines and Web Directories

The Major Search Engines, Spiders Crawlers and Indexers
The Following is the List, Summary of the The Major Search Engines, Spiders Crawlers and Indexers and Web Directories from all countries such as UK, GERMANY, USA, CANADA, ASIA, EUROPE, AUSTRALIA etc

Major Search Engines, Pay Per Click Search Engine & Web Directories

Search Engine & Meta Search Engines

These type of search engines can have their own database or also can be linked with external search engine database to display the results of that search engine. The search engine can be universal like Google, Bing – MSN or related to any particular regional country like Search engine covering information about UK or related to any specific area like Music Search Engine, Sports Search Engine.

For most searches, Google is the best place to start. It has one of the largest, if not the largest, database of Web pages, including many other types of Web documents (e.g., PDFs, Word or Excel documents, PowerPoints). Google’s popularity ranking often makes pages worth looking at rise near the top of search results. Teoma, MSN, AllTheWeb are other search engines.

Pay Per Click Search Engines

A Pay Per Click (also known as Pay Per Ranking, Pay Per Placement or Pay Per Position) search engine enables you to list your site at the top of the search engine results.

The bidder pay only when a searcher or visitor clicks on bidder’s listing and connects to bidder site. bidder don’t pay to list, bidder only pay for clicks or click throughs.

Bidder will list his website by selecting keywords that refer to his product or service. For each keyword he determine how much he is willing to spend. The higher he bid the higher he will appear in the search results od your pay per click search engine.

Major Pay Per Click Search Engines Are Ah-Ha, Overtrue etc

Major Web Directories

Web directories are designed for users seeking information on a wide topic or subject area: “india music industry,” “Education” “Goverment” Web directories present users with a menu of broad subjects. Users select the subject category that covers their particular area of interest, then select links to sub-menus closer to their topics until they find links to relevant resources.

Web directories can often point users to relevant information with just a few menu selections. Though there is no guarantee that every site linked to a Web directory will be accurate and relevant, the odds of finding irrelevant information in a Web directory is much lower than in the results of a Web search engine.