An article from the news site Buzzfeed, which is owned by the company Proquest, has revealed which databases synonym to use if you’re on a corporate database.
In a survey, Proquest employees were asked to choose the databases which synonyms they would use to search the Proquest database.
A total of 2,077,988 respondents voted, with 1,814,958 choosing Proquest as their favorite database.
“The top choices are: Google and Bing, with more than 1.6 billion searches per day and nearly 20 percent of searches in the U.S.,” Proquest stated.
“Other popular databases include Yahoo, Microsoft, and Amazon.
Proquest also uses Yahoo search as well as Bing search.”
“In a word, ProQuest is the best search engine for all kinds of data, including corporate data,” Proquest wrote in its survey.
“Proquest is also the most popular database synonym.”
The other top choices included: Yahoo, Facebook, and Microsoft.
Other popular databases included Yahoo, Google, Microsoft.
ProQuest also uses Google search as also Microsoft search.
“Our database is based on the latest, greatest information available, from across the globe,” ProQuest stated.
In an interview with The Verge, Prosumed’s head of marketing and search, Ben Bauers, explained why the company chose Proquest.
“One of the things we’re looking for is that people are willing to use a single search engine to solve their queries,” he said.
“It’s not necessarily a matter of the biggest database out there, but rather a single database that people will want to use.”
Baugers added that the ProQuest team has been using Proquest for more than five years.
“When we started the search, we knew we wanted to have a very simple search experience, and the way that we did that was by having the Google search engine and Bing search engine,” Bauhers said.
Prosuming has grown to over 5 million active users and more than 15,000 searches per month.
Proquests search engine, Prosearch, was introduced in 2012 and has been used by more than 11 million people since its launch.
Proportion of search queries from Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other major search engines.
Source: Proquest survey: https://t.co/Qn7fK6QhXQ via @BuzzFeedNews https://twitter.com/BuzzFeed_News/status/92889726803988512/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Faqxw.proquest.com%2Fr%2Fedzt%2FR%2Fezs%2Ev%2FDzqnXlg%3E%3D&refcode=yUH3zLQnR4s5JxgX6r5XQz5pYgFJ2QVnq6AqgQwU2QYpq0%3DIYf4OzkqX2V%3d Proquest CEO: “We don’t make a list of search engines” The Proquest company stated in a blog post, “We’re not making a list.
We don’t have any particular database.
We just make it easy to find what you’re looking.
We make it really easy to do it.”
Proquest’s spokesperson added that Proquest is not making any lists of search engine synonyms.
“This is just the way we do things,” she wrote.
“We want to make it very easy to navigate through the Prosumers search interface.”
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