DuckDuckGo Is Making Progress Towards Google

DuckDuckGo is making progress

The Main Point

DuckDuckGo is slowing making progress towards Google, and if I were Google, I would be worried. DuckDuckGo is a privacy-safe search engine that wants to beat Google. They have just hit a huge milestone in their journey towards defeating Google, which is 100 million search queries in a day. That is just amazing.

There are a lot of different options when it comes to search engines. If you do a quick search, you can easily find hundreds, if not thousands of options. But, there are only a few large browsers, such as Google and Bing. Both of these browsers are not very private, though, as they sell tons of personal information for money. A major competitor of these unsafe privacy features, DuckDuckGo, has just reached a huge milestone in catching up to the Giant that is Google Chrome

DuckDuckGo is making progress

What is DuckDuckGo?

DuckDuckGo is a search engine that was created back in 2008. Its main goal is to be a search option for people that don’t want their personal information to be given away. Up to this point, it hadn’t really received much attention. There weren’t too many search queries, and not too many people knew about them. Now, though, they have reached a huge milestone in their journey towards defeating Google. For the first time, DuckDuckGo has registered over 100 million users in one month. That is an insane amount of users for a search engine that most people had never heard of. And, since August 2020, DuckDuckGo has had over 2 billion search queries per month. One day, we may finally have the option of choosing if we are okay with giving our personal information to companies.

The Main Point

DuckDuckGo is slowing making progress towards Google, and if I were Google, I would be worried. DuckDuckGo is a privacy-safe search engine that wants to beat Google. They have just hit a huge milestone in their journey towards defeating Google, which is 100 million search queries in a day. That is just amazing.

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