Gada.be - An Open Metasearch Service

Gada.be is a free “metasearch” service that lets you browse hundreds of different search engines and retrieve results from all of them through a single search interface. Chris Pirillo – “I needed to do this sooner or later, so I’ve revamped our About page with the following sections, outlining Gada.be cases for eight types of […]

Gada.be is a free “metasearch” service that lets you browse hundreds of different search engines and retrieve results from all of them through a single search interface.

Chris Pirillo – “I needed to do this sooner or later, so I’ve revamped our About page with the following sections, outlining Gada.be cases for eight types of users: Enthusiast, Mobile, Developer, Business, Casual, Researcher, Jobseeker, and Shopper. I’d consider this a comprehensive list, but I’m sure there are a few usage points and user types I missed. The About page also now includes an extensive list of Gada.be’s resounding credibility in the blogosphere. The reasons for pointing out our supportive features will become evident to you in the Gnomedex timeframe. Do you have a usage case for Gada.be?”

A multitude of new searches come online every day, either general or specialized. There’s no way to keep track of every single useful search engine out there. Gada.be continually adds new search engines to its mix - currently standing at 250+ separate data providers, each one providing an individual RSS feed for your query against their database.

It’s challenging not to look beyond Technorati, Google, Flickr, and del.icio.us. There is a vast world of information past this quadumvirate - but not easily accessible in one place. Gada.be allows you to look past the resources you already know, easily finding new information you had previously no idea existed. |

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