Million Short – A Revolutionary Search Engine

Google is considered the best search engine, while other popular search engines such as Yahoo or Bing work similar to Google. Most of the internet users think that their problem can only be solved by searching on Google. Have you thought of having another search engine? Almost all of us have faced a situation when the search engine brings the top websites again and again and we are looking for something else.

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Search engines like Google are expert in providing the most popular search result on the first page. There might be a situation when you are looking for something that is not as popular such as historical documents. The solution to your problem is Million Short, this specialized search engine helps to find less popular websites that you can’t find easily on other search engines.

The most popular 1 million websites are ignored by the search engine, so it basically works by looking for the unpopular websites that are available on the internet. Million Short actually specializes in the long tail searches. That is the reason it is known as Million Short.

These sites might be good, but the fact is they might not have used the SEO tactics that are required to compete for the most popular search results. The topmost websites that appear in Google’s search results do that guarantee the quality of the information as well. Million Short basically aims to provide information that you were missing until now, and it might have the exact answer to your problem.

Million short can be considered as a discovery engine rather than a search engine. As it basically helps you to look for the most remote corners of the web that might be lost on other search engines.

The search engine has actually provided alternative methods to organize, access and discover the vast amount of information that is available on the internet. The users have access to the untapped information that has not been accessible to anyone who is using other search engines.

The search engine has released a lot of updates since its initial release. Some of the important updates include:

  • Mobile & Tablet Optimization
  • International Support
  • Design Updates
  • Browser Search Extensions


Searching On Million Short

If you are someone who is interested in genealogy and tired of searching for information on Google or Bing, you should go for Millions Short. The search engine specializes in providing the best results for ancestral records. You will be able to find information related to older relatives and other living people who are not on Facebook and Linkedin.

Those who have tried similar searches on Google know that it brings too many search results from the popular social media websites including Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. Million Short allows you to look for someone who has a small footprint on the internet.

You can easily refine your search by using the dropdown list that is available at the right of the search box. You can see the option to remove the top:

  • 1 million websites
  • 100k websites
  • 10k websites
  • 1000 websites
  • 100 websites


Exponential Labs – The Mind Behind Million Short

Exponential Labs a Toronto based software company has developed Million Short. The idea was conceived back in 2012. The company has recently gained popularity for developing its own web crawling capacities and search engine technology. As soon as the platform was released in April 2012, it has gained huge attention from mainstream publications and blogs such as Hacker News and Reddit. The strategy of Exponential Labs is to use proprietary data for the Million Short search results.


Million Short appeared to be a discussion site or a news aggregator upon its initial release. Million Short was not the main focus of the Exponential Labs team at that time but gradually within a few months, it decided to focus entirely on the search space.

The goal of the developer company was to provide a complimentary tool to the general public apart from the traditional search engines. They were not interested in competing with Google, Bing or Yahoo.