Promising start-up search engines according to NYT
NYT has just published a comprehensive article focused on a dozen of innovative and promising start up search engines that may loosen Google’s grip.
According New York Times the next Google could probably raise from the names listed below:
We think that only the time will tell us who will be the big winner at the end of the day, but whatever the case is any of the above search engines may get acquired soon or later for at least $100M, which, in our feeling, is the main goal of these start ups. NYT also mentions that just 1% share of today’s search market does worth around $1B, which somehow justifies the price tag set forth above. In our view with best chances for the crown are any of the above start-ups, yet hakia.com and NosyJoe.com sound most appealing to us.