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Jux2 Meta Search Engine Offers New Search Functionality


Monday, June 19, 2006; 05:18 AM

Jux2, a meta-search engine that allows users to simultaneously compare search results from three major search engines, has launched several new search enhancements to improve functionality and ease of use.

Acquired earlier this year by Douglas Baker, a successful entrepreneur and frequent Jux2 user, improvements to the features and functionality of Jux2 are anticipated. Baker vowed continued improvements to the already robust engine, explaining that the primary object of Jux2 is to “allow searchers to compare results from the leading search engines, which saves time and ensures that the user is receiving the most relevant search results.”

Currently, Jux2 has many features that separate it from other meta-search engines. For instance, each return of a query shows in what order it was placed on the other engines, a feature not employed by other meta-search sites, as well as allowing users to filter results by individual search engine.

To improve jux2 further, Baker has had the following search enhancements implemented thus far:

•     MSN results have been added to provide a wider breadth of results
•     Toolbar options that will work with both Firefox and Internet Explorer
•     Desktop access using the jux2 Widget for Yahoo Widget Engine (Mac or PC) or Jack of all
     Widgets for Apple’s Dashboard.

In order to continue to provide top-notch search results to jux2 users, Baker invited user feedback, “I believe that the users are best qualified to provide recommendations on how jux2 can become a better Meta search engine.”

Named the 2005 Best Meta-Search Engine by SearchEngineWach.com, Jux2 anticipates further success with the recent enhancements and their growing popularity.


To search the Web using jux2, visit jux2.com.



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