How many times have we tried to search something in Google™ and got a relevant result? I guess the percentage of relevancy is a debatable topic here and this forms the very outline of this article. Though most of my search is very much confined within the contours of Google™ itself. Still at the end of the day I am not happy with my search results or there could have been better results to my search.

Now del.icio.us™ (pronounced as delicious- http://del.icio.us/, parent company being Yahoo™) is a new social bookmarking web service for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarks where a tag (it is a relevant keyword or term associated with or assigned to a piece of information e.g. a picture, article, or video clip) is used to search.

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Now what is the difference? The difference lies in the way both these websites search mechanism works. Google™ uses an algorithm where its spider crawler searches through its vast and extensive database to find the website. And del.icio.us™ uses tags that have been assigned with the links by this users and it also gives us a rating mechanism wherein we can see which page have been rated the highest in terms of usage.

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But aren’t we looking for a specific webpage rather than website? That’s why I believe that search through del.icio.us™ is a better proposition altogether than google when the question is about finding relevant webpage.

And if people may ask why del.icio.us™ will be successful? I will say that now since the world has shifted to Web 2.0 where more and more portal is giving its customers more & more control, so why not in search?
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As of now, Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee is simply googlified or del.icio.fied.

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