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d6b40e2f211346f1a36e00e7a2992d07923317d0 — Rohan Kumar a month ago fb4b3f1
Search engines: remove dupe entry
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@@ 218,9 218,6 @@ I’m unable to evaluate these engines properly since I don’t speak the necess
These engines aren’t ready yet; their indexes are either in a proof-of-concept phase with a handful of sites or aren’t available yet.

* Apple: given the activity of the AppleBot crawler lately, their index will almost certainly grow to a size large enough to power a general search engine soon. Check your server’s access logs; there’s a good chance it’s crawled your site if you have a few backlinks.
* Neeva: Claims to be building its own index. Until its own index grows big enough, it uses Bing. Like Infinity Search, it's a paid service; it requires registration to use.

=> https://neeva.com/ Neeva

## Gemini search engines


M content/posts/search-engines-with-own-indexes.md => content/posts/search-engines-with-own-indexes.md +0 -1
@@ 171,7 171,6 @@ Upcoming engines
These engines aren't ready yet; their indexes are either in a proof-of-concept phase with a handful of sites, or aren't available yet.

- Apple: given the activity of the AppleBot crawler lately, their index will almost certainly grow to a size large enough to power a general search engine soon. Check your server's access logs; there's a good chance it's crawled your site if you have a few backlinks.
- [Neeva](https://neeva.com/): Claims to be building its own index. Until its own index grows big enough, it uses Bing. Like Infinity Search, it's a paid service; it requires registration to use.

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