MillionShort.com: Revealing the Deepest Results of a Search
Have you ever wondered, while searching for something on Google, where or how to find results that are way, waaay down in search results? What would you find if you removed say, the first 100 pages of search results for a given query? What if you removed the top 1000 pages?
Millionshort.com is a search engine that allows users to do just that. It provides not only the bottom of the bottom, but it also provides a column of the websites that were removed from results on the right, so you can filter out websites you may never otherwise come across.
While most of the time, it’s true that we want the most relevant, popular websites for a given query, think about how many interesting sites could be out there that never surface in our daily Google searches. When you remove the first one million sites for the query “learn a language,” you’ll find things like learnbodylanguage.com – a site dedicated to learning body language of the opposite sex, for those who are active in the dating world. Or for the query “language groups” you’ll find language sites for even the rarest of languages, language triva, quotes, and many other sites you otherwise may never come across.
The query for “translation,” with the first million sites removed, shows a plethora of LSP companies, information sites, translator resources and the like in the column to the right – all the sites that would still have high relevance to the search topic, listed in alphabetical order. In many ways, this also makes it easier to filter and find resources that may be 10, 15 or 20 pages down the list of search results. Tomedes was among many others filtered out in this column.
Millionshort.com can be added to your browser as an alternative search engine, for those times when your typical search engine results haven’t yet produced “the perfect website.”