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Search engines can locate relevant information on a virtually endless variety of topics, providing one of the most valuable services on the World Wide Web. The ASearch.us website provides search results from a set of human-reviewed, English-language web pages that are intended for audiences in the United States and beyond.
http://www.asearch.us/ ~ Details
ASearch - United States Search Engine

PR: 0
Use Yahoo! to search the Internet, E-mail your friends and family, keep updated on breaking news, and much more.
http://www.yahoo.com ~ Details
Yahoo!

PR: 9
Bing is Microsoft's latest search engine. Designed to be more intuitive then its predecessors, Bing aims to deliver highly relevant searches that are designed to help users quickly find what they are looking for.
http://www.bing.com ~ Details
Bing

PR: 8
Google is by far the leading search engine in the world. Commanding well over 50% of the search market, Google is known by many as the top destination to quickly find anything online. In addition to their search product, Google also is widely known for the tools that they provide to the webmaster community. Google's webmaster related product offering includes website analytics, adsense for publishers and many other products.
https://www.google.com ~ Details
Google

PR: 9

Search Engines

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It appears the MSN/Live Search is getting more webmaster friendly by the day. Today, Live reactivated its backlink operator.
On November 12th, 2007, MSN/Live released its Live Search Webmaster Center. Presently, it is listed as being in BETA, but they are allowing people to join as I write this article.
Google blocks multiple data center PageRank queries. The PageRank economy suffers yet another blow.
On October 30th 2007, Google made their version of Yahoo’s Search Assist public – even if it was not intentional.