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Ex-Google executives have launched a new search CUIL.com where already indicated they have more than 121,000 million approximately, indexed pages and expect to compete against the giant Google. The service claims it can index the network to a tenth the cost it takes you to Google, the main argument to get an initial investment of $ 33 million. The search method is also novel: unlike Google, which provides a ranking of results ordered, among other things, the “popularity” and the number of sites link to a page, Cuil intends to focus on content. The search engine analyzes each page in context, with key words related to each other, to return results sorted in a semantic, topic, that are most relevant to the user, as explained on technology site TechCrunch. Cuil also presents the results in a format “magazine, with links in two or three columns, one paragraph of text on the site, and sometimes a picture, in contrast to the minimalist column Google unique.

A further advantage: The site promises that do not collect or store any information about their users or their searches, something that is done “Big G” and for which he received much criticism. Does it work?. “I had a very positive outcome,” said Fabio, author of the eponymous site bloggers and one of the most visited of Argentina, adding: “I made a difference to Google, you always tend to compare them, they found the Back to differentiate. The very cool the market took a business risk because it is not up to compete with any “because, it held, would be behind even Yahoo and MSN Live Search.

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