Examples of meta search engines include Ask Jeeves, Dogpile, Infind, Metacrawler, Metafind and Metasearch. They are servers that pass queries on to many search engines and/or directories and then summarize all the results for the searcher.
A META Search Engine utilizes information from other Search Engines to get its listings, rather than through its own efforts. !-- ctxt_ad_partner = "1780786010"; ctxt_ad_section = "10477"; ctxt_ad_bg = ""; ctxt_ad_width = 336; ctxt_ad_height = 280; ctxt_ad_bc = "ffffff"; ctxt_ad_cc = "ffffff"; ctxt_ad_lc = "0000aa"; ctxt_ad_tc = "333333"; ctxt_ad_uc = "fffffd"; // -- Merchant Account A merchant account is a bank account established with a payment processor for transactions and settlement of credit card processing. In order for anyone online to process Credit Card payment, an online merchant account set up is necessary.
A search engine that compiles it's results from the databases of other search engines Meta Tags Descriptive HTML code designed to be used by search engines to rank sites. Due to abuse, most search engines do not use these in their ranking algorithm any more.
A program for locating pages on the internet. A meta search engine uses an programmatically compiled index as opposed to a manual compiled index. Some popular meta search engines are Google, Excite, Lycos, Hotbot and Ask Jeeves.
A type of search engine . Meta search engines usually do not maintain databases . Instead, they query other search engines' databases and return results from all of them - usually with a mention of the search engine next to the each result.
This is a search engine that looks up keywords in a bunch of other search engines and then combines the results. These engines are called metacrawlers. Besides Dogpile, another metacrawler is www.metacrawler.com.