Cuil Enters the Search Market, the Digg Merger, Multiple Word Order Search Phrases

A former Google employee is launching a new search engine called Cuil, pronounced “cool”.

On Monday, their company, Cuil, is unveiling a search engine that they promise will be more comprehensive than Google’s and that they hope will give its users more relevant results.

“I think it will be better,” Costello said in an interview. “But there is no question that the public has to decide.”

The much anticipated deal between Google and Digg fell through over the weekend. Here is a good roundup of what folks are saying about it.

SEOmoz has step-by-step instructions for multiple word order search phrases. For example, you could optimize for both “California tax policy” and “tax policy, California”, or any other combination of those words. This is useful since different ordering of keywords in search phrases can provide different results.

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  1. […] = Not Cool Posted on July 30, 2008 by hatchergroup I mentioned Cuil the other day, the new search engine promising to compete with Google. Though Cuil has been praised for their […]

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