Wants Users to Vote as to Which Are Their Favorite Search Engines: Google, Yahoo!, MSN Live or Ask

, a tool that enables users to search both Google and Yahoo!
    side by side on one split screen along with any two travel sites and any
    two Yellow Pages sites, has now launched a poll on its website asking
    to vote on their favorite search engines: Google, Yahoo!, MSN Live or Ask

    LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26 /CNW/ --, most known for its tool
that enables users to search Google and Yahoo! side by side on one split
screen along with the option of any major search engine or any major travel
site side by side as well, today announced a voting poll on its website in
order for users to vote on their favorite search engine. Users can vote
between Google, Yahoo!, MSN Live, or Yahoo!.
    The rivalry between which search engine has better results still remains
unanswered. According to a poll on, 70% of the country prefers
Google, 16% prefers Yahoo!, 8% prefers Ask and only 5% prefers MSN. The
results were based on over 1,000 votes.'s philosophy is that
the two top search engines, Google and Yahoo!, both need to be searched.
According to Steve Stein, a company spokesperson, "Google and Yahoo! are both
great search engines and in my opinion both need to be searched. I personally
have found items on Google's third page whereas the same item appeared on
Yahoo!'s first page. For most people that don't search past the second page,
they would have missed out on finding information they were searching for.
Also, both sites show drastically different results for images, videos, and
news. In some cases Yahoo! had much better content than Google. We feel people
are missing out on finding important content by only searching Google. This is
the whole reason why was developed. If someone is willing to
spend the time to Google it, why not just SearchBoth it?" is the first site to implement a formal poll asking users
to vote on their favorite search engine. The company hopes to educate people
further on the differences between Google and Yahoo! and the need for both
sites to be searched in order to receive a thorough search. Users can view
results of the poll by visiting: .
    The company has recently launched a spam free, ad ware free, and pop-up
free toolbar plugin for the Internet Explorer and FireFox browsers. Also,
SearchBoth, along with its sister company YellowPages Corporation -- operator
of multiple online YellowPages sites including travel website aggregator -- and national publisher of telephone books, announced
that they will donate 15% of their net proceeds to multiple charitable
organizations such as the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society and
other non-profit organizations. Users of online search engines, online travel
websites and online YellowPages websites are urged to use and instead of going to the websites directly as this will
generate more revenue for the company and in result the company will donate
more to multiple charities. Users are able to recommend charities of their
choice to the company and vote on which charities should get a portion of the
15% total donation by visiting .
    According to Matt Richards, the company spokesperson, "Our overall
revenues are high while our overhead remains fairly low. Our company and our
larger sister company can afford to donate some of the profits to benefit good
causes. We can comfortably give away 15-20% of our profits while still
remaining very profitable for our shareholders. Major corporations need to
take the lead in times of lower economic growth and slowdown; the YellowPages
being one of the most respected is no different."
    Users of Google, Yahoo!, or any search engine, travel website or
YellowPages website covered by or are
encouraged to download the toolbar plugin or just use the site and do their
part in donating to charities.
    About is a site that enables users to search both Google and
Yahoo! or any search engine or any travel website side by side on one split
screen. The site also places AT&T's and Verizon's side by side as well. is owned by YellowPages
Corporation and managed by, an internet incubation company
with popular websites such as which searches the
top 12 travel sites with one click and also which is a suite of services such as
YellowPages and Dictionary over AOL and MSN instant messenger using the screen
names "FreeYellowPages" and "MyDictionary".

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