Category Archives: Search Engines

Competitive intelligence – a selective resource guide

LLRX has posted a revised version of their competitive intelligence resource guide.  Plenty of the sites listed are valuable to us prospect researchers.

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Can’t find that prospect’s business email address?

Peepmail may be just the resource you need.  Enter a name and a domain (or a company name) and, hopefully, Peepmail will spit out the email address you’re looking for. Peepmail is free to use, but doesn’t have a privacy … Continue reading

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Help fill in the gaps

Do you rely on Google Maps?  Now’s your chance to help fill in the gaps via Google Map Maker.  Let’s help those gift officers find their way.

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When not to Google

Here and here are some more examples of when Google isn’t the best choice for a search.

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Was your favorite search engine voted off the island?

Recently I added a post about busting out of the Google rut. I discovered today that some of the big sites are rather picky about who they let index their content. Facebook refuses to add DuckDuckGo to its list of … Continue reading

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