WbSrch, The Search Engine That Aims to Take Back The Web.
Recently, a new search engine has managed to launch, and its goals are to take back the web from giant corporate search interest.
WbSrch.com is one of the first general English-language web search created since Blekko was launched back in 2010. WbSrch has indexes available in 25 languages. It was written using an open source tools and offers an alternative of an all knowing, user tracking data warehouses that was invisibly privilege certain services and social network marketing above more relevant content. With major engines coming from under extreme scrutiny by antitrust and consumer protection organization, it has never been more so important to have more competition in the world of search engines.
WbSrch doesn’t aim to be the biggest or the fastest around, It does things in its own manner and offers search results that are not driven by popularity or social media. It gives more weight to originality, useful, human-created content and doesn’t track down individuals or personalize search results based on whats it believes it knows about its user.
WbSrch’s main philosophy is that content creators should developed things for actual people, not to please algorithms. Big-search algorithm changes can have a huge impact on even major businesses when it’s decided that they’re benefiting from the so-called “unnatural links.” But linking is what the web is all about. “Nofollow” tags negate these kind of links. Consequences like these are inevitable, though, when there are very too little options when it comes down to search engines.
To put it simply, the power of search needs to be streteched more out so that a system that every nation’s economy depends upon isn’t concentrated in the hands of so very little. WbSrch is heading towards that direction.