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Here’s what the future of search and navigation looks like, according to experts

01/12/2020

For many of us, the portal to the rest of the internet begins with a search. Whether it’s a random trivia hunt or detailed dive, our quest for information most often relies on a search engine of some sort.  In July 2020 alone, Verizon Media processed 2.23 billion searches in the United States. Search isn’t an...
For many of us, the portal to the rest of the internet begins with a search. Whether it’s a random trivia hunt or detailed dive, our quest for information most often relies on a search engine of some sort.  In July 2020 alone, Verizon Media processed 2.23 billion searches in the United States. Search isn’t an online luxury, it’s a digital necessity. While Google dominates, many are keen to see a change of the guard. If search is a must-have, this generation of internet users has some key requirements that other tech companies and upstarts are fulfilling.  Mobile-first for the… This story continues at The Next Web For many of us, the portal to the rest of the internet begins with a search. Whether it’s a random trivia hunt or detailed dive, our quest for information most often relies on a search engine of some sort.  In July 2020 alone, Verizon Media processed 2.23 billion searches in the United States. Search isn’t an online luxury, it’s a digital necessity. While Google dominates, many are keen to see a change of the guard. If search is a must-have, this generation of internet users has some key requirements that other tech companies and upstarts are fulfilling.  Mobile-first for the… This story continues at The Next Web
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