What happens when you perform a search that does not have a brand. Do you like the branding of your favorite search engines? Take the test for the blind.
Google vs Bing vs Yahoo
To understand this, Michael Kordahi created Blind Search . Essentially, you enter a query, get three results in random order, and then select the column that, in your opinion, gave you the best results.
On the site you enter one search query, which gives three sets of results without labeling. After viewing the results, you are given the opportunity to vote for one set of results, which then shows the provider and adds it to the calculation.
I searched for Windows Club and voted for what, in my opinion, was the best result.
At the time of writing, Google was in the lead by 40%, then Bing by 38% and Yahoo by 22%.
Reminds me of the Mojave. It will be interesting to see how these results develop.
What is your experience? Check it out at BlindSearch.
And there is Bingle.com . Since Bing is already making prominent raids, the time has come when several websites will appear to compare the results of the two search engines.
With their help, you can get Bing & Google search results nearby: Compare Google & Bing
This compares Google with Bing vs. WolframAlpha: SearchEngine Compr