New clustering metasearch engine

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Please give our new clustering metasearch engine a test drive. It is
located at .

You can also download our clustering product for integration with your
search page. It is Java-based, and features a scriptable screenscraper
for quick and painless integration.

Please do not hesitate to give us your feedback.

Kiam Choo

Re: New clustering metasearch engine

Kiam Choo wrote in

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I'm pleased to see my main money term is at Nos 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 - though
I'm not sure whether that's a good thing for a search engine.

The results for Yahoo don't seem to match the results when the actual search
engine is used - are you using a localised version? I checked with

I'm intrigued by the ranking system - one site that I checked came in at No
21 though the search engines were listed as: Google 1, Yahoo 2, MSN 2 and
WiseNut 26. I know I was very pleased at the blanket coverage of the other
term so I suppose I should take the rough with the smooth but 21st seems low
for a site that is No 1 on Google and 2 on MSN and Yahoo.

On a different search, the number 1 site was: WiseNut 1, Google 3; the
number 2 site was: Google 1, Yahoo 1, MSN 1, WiseNut 2,  Open Directory 11.
I would have put them in reverse order.

If you feel that any of the above is incorrect,
inappropriate or offensive in any way,
please ignore it and accept my apologies.

Re: New clustering metasearch engine


Thanks for your comments on our ranking system.  As we are new, we are
still refining the ranking algorithm.  It can definitely still be

Re our Yahoo ranks not agreeing with a search done on,
can you tell what your search term was?

By the way, I'm curious to know if you tried the clusters to the left
of the results, and if you have any comments for us about them.


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