To enable consumers search on the web for every thing other than online bargains, Keeca selects Google to power the Web search from Keeca Web. The Google Web search is ultra fast and relatively accurate than other generic search engine results. One can perform one search after another, scan through result listings for specific information. However, it is time consuming in many cases when you know what you want to search upon falls in a vertical domain, but just can't get the quality answers from a generic search engine.
The problem is time consuming, or put it other way considering the scenario, is that one can not find a quality site to continue down the searching path in a specific domain. Say you want to look for your local weather, maybe you don't know any quality weather site that can give you weather forcast of your city, so you need to perform a generic Web search to locate a weather site first, so you type in 'weather forecast' as the Web search term. You should find a weather site using 'weather forcast' search term, then from there, you search for the local weather by zip code or city name, depend on the search feature offered by the weather site you found. Or, if you want to search for a movie showtime around your area, you need to find out a quality site that have movie showtime information, so you probably type in 'movie showtime' as the search term to locate a site, before you can perform additional search to look for the showtime. Or, you want to search for a stock ticker and corresponding nformation for stock research and you don't have a clue where to begin with. Or, not sure a great news source to read or search the news .... Besides shopping online, we do a lot of stuff in daily life and rely on search in vertical domains more and more. Since the problem of this is time consuming, we need to provide a collection of quality vertical search engines or vertical portal (Vortal) to help our visitors. Thus, a new Keeca Web where you can search for every thing else in addition to online bargains is formed.
In addition to the existing Web search powered by Google, Keeca Web tries to bring a quick and easy partial solution to the table by presenting a collection of preselected vertical search engines, broken up into several main categories. Under each category from general information to shopping, to digital media search, I picked and list the best one I had experiences with and recommend it to you. The list is far from complete and is subjective. I do listen to your voice and welcome suggestions. If you know a good site that does particular type of searches and does it very well, please ... please ... tell me and I'll evaluate it for inclusion. The site that helps your daily life may help others too, and the people work hard behind the scene well deserve a link to their site from Keeca.