Google’s Other Search Engine –

Written on July 26, 2007 – 10:28 am | by bigoak |

I feel like the guy who wants to talk about a movie he just saw, but came out over a year ago. Sometimes SEO research can put blinders on you and you miss the little or not so little things. I have just used a search engine created by Google called SearchMash. It launched October 2006 and I’m just finding out about it. But, better late than never as it has some nice features and looks to show the same results as Google, but with some nice tricks. It’s AJAX-based and has web page, image, blog and wikipedia search results as options.

They show images, videos, blog and wikipedia results to the right of web page results and they are in expandable menus. When you click on “more web pages” or or more of any search results it will expand the list on the same page, giving you a longer scrollable page instead of a new page. Videos will also play in the same page so you don’t need to leave your results to view it. is certainly worth checking out. Who knows, Google may find its best competition is from its own sibling search engine.

  1. 2 Responses to “Google’s Other Search Engine –”

  2. By Sephyroth on Jul 26, 2007 | Reply

    Hi, I’m reading via the Bumpzee No Nofollow | I Follow | DoFollow Community RSS feed. :)

    Interesting search; reminds me of A9, except without the selling of books and DVDs etc. I wonder why Google aren’t promoting it more?


  3. By Angie Hartford on Jul 31, 2007 | Reply

    I wouldn’t feel foolish about missing out on SearchMash; just imagine all your readers who’ve never heard of it. Don’t ask me how I know about this!

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