Ok, so I decided to put these two against each other with a simple test, to see which one can find something obscure…. me! lol. To see which can locate my website, blog or poetry. I been online for more than a decade in various sites and have left a small footprint in the online world. The end result, Google wins by a landslide… by using the keyword “Warlock’s Dominion”.
Test 1: “Warlock’s Dominion”
Google listed my website as the first result, Ask.com returned one result and that was not even correct, as it listed wallpapers for Doro and Warlock.
Test 2: “Dion Mohammed”
Google listed my website as fourth. Ask failed as even returning a single result.
Test 3: dragonlordthunder
Google successfully found some references to me. Bebo profile, yahoo photos, and even my guestbook. Ask again fails to provide any results.
Test 4: dragonlordwarlock.com
Try using my website domain…. Google successfully found the site and other places online where I mentioned the site such as on Marvel Comics blog and even my MySpace. Ask once again fails to find any reference to me or my site.
After 4 test, I do not need to go any further, Google wins hands down and ASK.com fails like a load of horse crap. Thus ask.com is not an efficient search engine in any way or form. To compare I did the test using yahoo (to be fair).
“Warlock’s Dominion” lists my website as first results too.
“Dion Mohammed” also listed my website and my blog with my site listed at position 1.
“dragonlordthunder” successfully found my guestbook, photos and blog.
“dragonlordwarlock.com” returned my website as first result as well as blogs, poetry and a lot more….
So, if ask.com is so inefficient at finding anything online, why should we even use it. Google and Yahoo both make ask.com look like chickenfeed.