Oparla: Getting paid to search
Starting a new search engine these days is a difficult task. The main reason why most of them 'fail' is that getting the searchers away from the existing search engines is not easy, to say the least.
Every time you search, you're account will be building up money and after a while that will be transferred to your account.
So though searches are good on names and company names there is some ground to be won on the search results part when it comes to interpretable searches. But the search engine offers more. Next to the list view you can also look as you're used to with the Classic View. And it also has an Image Search. This looks very nice. It seems as if first Flickr is being indexed and then the others. The image search is very nice.
So far the website has no ads. The search engine will want to place them though as they have an advertising page on which they tell us they will be selling ads the old fashioned way: through a monthly budget.
So why this search engine and why now? "There is no real UK search engine, and we wanted to build one and be a bit different," the company says. "We think now is a very good time to launch. And we are giving away free money."
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