SearchBoth.com places websites side by side on one split screen in order to make comparing the results of any two websites simple and easy.
The site started out with just Google and Yahoo but now offers Ask.com, MSN, DogPile, MetaCrawler, Alta Vista, LookSmart and WebSearch as well. Users can select any two search engines and view them side by side on one split screen.
It has also included the ability to search travel sites side by side including Hotels.com, Expedia, Travelocity, HotWire, CheapTickets, SideStep, Kayak, CheapFlights, Travelation, TravelZoo, PriceLine, Orbitz, and CheapOAir.
The site also includes AT&T’s YellowPages.com and Verizon’s SuperPages.com side by side as well. The company plans to include YouTube.com and the new competitor Hulu.com once it gains more popularity.
Originally posted on November 15, 2007 @ 5:08 am