This is quite interesting if you like visual results. Yometa takes the results from Google, Yahoo and Bing and displays them in a Venn diagram, thus:
To search a term, simply type in a search term in the top left entry box and click the search button.
The top 22 results will be displayed as pins on the three intersecting circles. The top 4 results (as determined by the Yometa algorithm) among these 22 pins will display in the form of bubbles with website information, linked to the pin location.
To search among the remaining Yometa first page results, simply hover your mouse over the squares on the far left side of the screen. Website bubbles will display over every 4 results in a sequential manner.
To display the next set of results, i.e, results 23-44, press the “next” link at the bottom of the set of blue squares.
To display any combination of results from the three search engines, simply click on the appropriate section of smaller set of intersecting circles on the left side of the screen.
For example, if you want to see only the results shared by all the three engines Google(red), Yahoo(green), and Bing(blue), you would click on the center portion of the small intersecting circle.
To go back to the original results, simply click on the shaded portion again.