SEOClerks

Ask.com search



Enter a reason for deleting this comment

Ask.com search

Is Ask.com powered by Google search?

At one point it was 'human powered'. Can you give more information about the current status of Ask.com?

Comments

Please login or sign up to leave a comment

Join
robertman11

Ask.com is a question answer site like yahoo answers. They had a big article about how they reverted.




Are you sure you want to delete this post?

Beverly

Ask.com is a question answer site like yahoo answers. They had a big article about how they reverted.

It's been awhile since I used this site. Does anyone still use it? Or is it a thing of the past?




Are you sure you want to delete this post?

robertman11

For questions and answers, it is great! Give it a to.




Are you sure you want to delete this post?

ralph101

I have used them quite a bit. I do not mind it. I like it as well as I like yahoo answers.




Are you sure you want to delete this post?

angie828

Yes I have used it and I did rather like it. But I like yahoo betterAsk.com search




Are you sure you want to delete this post?

Tommy Matalino

It seems to be similar to any search engine out there. The only difference is that they have this "question & answer" on the side which is related to the keyword you inputted.




Are you sure you want to delete this post?

Corzhens

This reminds me of the early days of the internet in our office. I was part of the team on the research and evaluation of the internet. The access was still very slow that it takes more than 30 second for a page to display in full. I was using Ask.com for searching. And there was even a contest of sorts that if you can ask a question that the search engine cannot answer then you win a prize. That was in 1999, if my memory serves me right. Until now there is Ask.com but I don’t think it is in the big league anymore.




Are you sure you want to delete this post?