Secret Search Engine Labs Announces New Search Engine - Beta Test Opens Today

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Since 2007 Finnish software engineer and entrepreneur Simon Byholm has secretly been developing what he calls "The Next Generation Search Engine". Instead of wasting resources on building the largest index, his search engine focuses on the "important Internet" and on developing better ranking algorithms.

I'm not scared by the competition

After more than two years of development Secret Search Engine Labs is ready to release it's Internet search engine for beta testing by the general public.

The search engine, initially a part time hobby project by Finnish software engineer and entrepreneur Simon Byholm, aims to provide alternative search results that gives small sites the same chance to rank as large sites.

Secret Search Engine Labs claims to provide accurate search results using an index size that is many times smaller than the Industry standard. This is accomplished using a trademark CashRank algorithm that helps the crawler find the important parts of the Internet while skipping the junk.

"Currently the Beta version indexes around 300,000 pages but we hope to increase that to over a million pages by the end of 2010" says CEO and founder Simon Byholm

"I'm not scared by the competition" says owner Simon Byholm and goes on to explain how they even keep a list of the most serious competitors in search available on-site as a service to the Internet community. "The list of search engines helps us keep an eye on where we stand in the marketplace." says Simon.

The search engine software is written from scratch in the popular web languages PHP and MySql and is designed to run well on any standard web hotel with PHP, MySql and Cron support while still being scalable to support an index size of several million pages when run on a VPS or dedicated server.

Simon hopes to attract web surfers to the new search engine by applying next generation search algorithms that provide alternative search results.

He also hopes to attract many website owners by being transparent in exactly how pages are ranked and by providing tools for webmasters and SEO professionals. There will be a free tool for finding your IP and location as well as an online ping tool, a traceroute tool and a header check tool.

Webmasters are encouraged to submit their websites to the search engine using the add URL form. "By adding you site it will be included in the search results giving it additional exposure while helping us build a quality index" says Simon Byholm

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