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Million Short Search Engine – See what the regular search engines have been hiding from you.


Million Short Search Engine Million Short Search Engine   See what the regular search engines have been hiding from you.

The Internet is a HUGE place with a vast wealth of resources, but you wouldn’t know it because of the results spit out by traditional search engines. Sure, the cool kids are cool for a reason but don’t the less popular sites have useful information, too? Now you can find out, without scrolling through ten pages of popular sites.

Go ahead and do a search right now. Did the usual suspects pop up? We do hundreds of searches every day, and sites like Yahoo, Wikipedia, and About.com are always towards the top. Whether you look for info on movies, books, geeky gadgets, or general information, there are always – ALWAYS – the same sites taken up the top spots. The Million Short Search Engine lets you blow right by those familiar faces, allowing you to discover uncharted regions of the Internet.

Let’s say you do a search on Justin Bieber. I personally don’t know why you’d do such a thing but let’s just say you did. I’m sure CNN and E! Online and Hollywood Life all have very informative and entertaining things to share with us concerning the talented pop star, but isn’t it possible that JBSource and the Justin Bieber Daily also have something equally as important to say?

With Million Short, you can choose to remove the top million results from your search… or the top 100K… or the top 10K… or the top 1000 or 100. You can even choose to not remove any sites from your search, but honestly, if you’re not going to remove any sites then why not just use Yahoo or Google or whatever search engine you normally use?

It’s free, so why not give it a try? You might discover something you like.

 Million Short Search Engine   See what the regular search engines have been hiding from you.

Marty Shaw is a freelance writer who currently calls Texas his home. When he’s not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

Marty Shaw – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • Edward

    Very cool. Just because it’s #1 or #2 page of Google doesn’t mean it’s more accurate information. Google is a sham and websites have to play by their “rules” if you want any of their traffic.

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