Why search one when you can SearchBoth?

By | June 24, 2007

SearchBoth, a new site created by IdeaLabz and the Toll Free Yellow Pages, marries the Web’s two most popular search engines in one browser window. When you type a query into the site’s search box, the search results are delivered in a split-screen format – Yahoo! on the left and Goolge on the right. From here, you can enlarge either browser pane to view your selected choice to follow through.

I don’t know about you, but why search both when all you need is one? That way, you won’t have to deal with multiple browser pains… oops, panes.

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Nathan

Hello, GahooYoogle.com has been up and running for several years already! It’s faster and more reliable, have you seen it?

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Do you not use Clusty, Mamma, Surfwax or Copernic? Search aggregators are the way to go.

w.i.m.

Stephen
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I only use Google and that’s enough for me most of the time. I guess a lot depends on the search terms you use, not the search engine.