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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

 
If you thought that Google was the almighty search engine around the globe, then think again. It's fighting for a position in Russia, where Yandex dominates with 52%, in comparison to Google's lowly 16%. There are a lot of Russian search engines out there though, and my page of Russian search engines lists over 60. You can read more about the battle in Russia at: Yandex keeps pace up in Russian PPC Market.

Comments:
@Rus is an obsolete name of what is now Aport.ru; Rambler.ru (not mentioned in your list) is fairly the second biggest search engine after Yandex and has its own original search bot; the search service at mail.ru is in fact a metasearch based on Google, and many others in your list are metas, too.
 
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