metasearch engine


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metasearch engine

The search engine software that is used to search other search engines. See metasearch site.
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A metasearch engine is a search tool that uses another search engine's data to produce its own results from the Internet.
GoBear is Asia's first and only metasearch engine for insurance and financial products.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 27, 2016-Travel Technology Firm Fareportal Acquires Metasearch Engine tripcombi
com, a travel metasearch engine that enables users to find and compare prices on airplane tickets, hotels and cars, reveal that Ukraine is the most popular destination for Turks thinking of spending New Year's Eve abroad.
It is a metasearch engine or metacrawler, which means it searches using several search engines for more complete coverage, which is discussed later in this article.
com, a travel metasearch engine that compares airline, hotel, car rental, cruise, and other vacation deals from other travel sites, including other fare aggregators.
Data shared by Jackson Fernandez, GM at Wego India, a global online travel metasearch engine showed that in the last two days, the number of clicks Jet Airways received online has increased by 140% and by 75% for IndiGo.
WEGO, the leading travel metasearch engine in the Asia Pacific and Middle East is establishing a dedicated full-service operation in Dubai as part of its global expansion strategy following a year of record growth in the region.
Wego, a leading travel metasearch engine in the Asia Pacific and Middle East, has established a dedicated full-service operation in Dubai as part of its global expansion strategy.
com, comments: "Many consumers are unaware that when they are researching air travel options, whether for a city break or for round the world flights, that a single metasearch engine will not always bring up the most competitive price.
According to CheapFlightFinder, another metasearch engine, Jetcost.
SciVerse is a metasearch engine for three major Elsevier databases: ScienceDirect, Scopus, and Scirus.