All search engines score a '1 search-hit' resulting in search result neutrality, equality and dethroning of Google as the most used search engine on the Internet.
Calabasas, CA (PRWEB) March 1, 2011
Move over, Google – a new way to multi-search the Internet has arrived. yThere.com is a new site enabling multi-searching and multi-web browsing so that users can compare results and receive more than two views of anything, from search to general browsing. According to its founder, Michael Hoss, yThere.com aims to “dethrone Google” as the most popular search site on the Web.
yThere.com is built on a minimal operating system with a minimal graphical user interface (just like a desktop operating system) for the Web to make multi-search and multi-web easy to use and navigate.
Hoss says yThere.com was created to help Web users easily find useful sites. “Using our creative search methodology, we hope to make the Internet a little easier, and more fun to navigate,” he says.
When users perform an Internet search on yThere.com, they conveniently get all the top four search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask) results to compare. All search engines score a "1 search-hit" (the meter on the Internet that tracks which search engine has been used more than the others), resulting in search result neutrality, equality and dethroning of Google as the most used search engine on the Internet.
Hoss believes users shouldn’t trust one source for anything online anymore. “Our site enables people to effectively exercise their collective power to ensure search neutrality and guarantee the integrity of information on the Internet,” he says. “Our quest to dethrone Google is all about leveling the playing field for all the top search engines.”
Visit http://www.ythere.com to start multi-searching the Web today.
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