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Sep 01, 2005 8:18 pm Better Search Using Clusty

Garland Coulson

Clusty is one of my favorite search engines. In addition to giving good quality search results like many of the major search engines, it also creates clusters of results that you can use to refine your search.

For example, when I do a search for "air traffic controller training" I get 144,800 results in Clusty. On the left side, clusty has broken them into categories along with then number of results in each category like:

FAA
Job
Collegiate
Air traffic controller schools
Association
Operator
Books, etc

In this case, "air traffic controller schools" would make the most sense, so one click narrows it down the the actual 11 of the 244,000 results that best fit what I was looking for.

Clusty is one of the 70+ search tools that is part of the Free Traffic Bar.

To access Clusty from the Free Traffic Bar, put your search phrase in the search bar and then pull down the down arrow to the right of [type]. Go down the list of search types until you find [search engines], then choose [clusty] and click on it.

If you do not want to install the Free Traffic Bar, you can access Clusty at www.clusty.com.

Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
 

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