« The 'Google of British Films' (and more!) | Main | Using Twitter in libraries »

January 28, 2009


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


exalead.com/search also works, but you're right, they seem to be hiding their search light under a bushel. Does this mean they're abandoning web search in favour of enterprise only?

James Stockbridge

I work with them, and seriously doubt they'll be abandoning it any time soon. I think that the whole 'real free' cross subsidy thing might help convince them about quite what an asset they've got in consumer search in the new year - but we shall see.

Jochem Prins

Hi Phil,

Actually our homepage differs from country to country. For example, www.exalead.fr will give you the searchbox. I agree that this is somewhat confusing.

The idea is that for countries where Exalead is popular as a websearch engine, we will show the searchbox. For other countries, we emphasize the enterprise search.

Anyway, http://www.exalead.com/search will always give you what you're looking for.

Lindsay Wallace

I totally agree with you on this. I use Exalead for info skills teaching as the thumbnails of sites work well with students, but I've embarassed myself failing to find the search engine on more than one occasion.

The comments to this entry are closed.




My Photo


  • Subscribe!
    Add to any service

My Flickr photographs

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing public photos from Phil Bradley. Make your own badge here.