Search Engines
Contest Directions: Kevin Federline has launched his own search engine - "Search with Kevin" - which offers prizes to people who use it. Britney Spears tried the search engine and won a T-Shirt saying "Divorce with K-Fed cost me 19 million, and all I got was this T-shirt."
In this contest you are asked to create new search engines from celebrities and politicians, similar to how K-Fed launched his, or mimicking the big players like Google and Yahoo. Try to give it a special name and theme / feel from the person who launched the search engine.
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  • Britney Search Engine

    Britney Search Engine
  • Afterlife search

    Afterlife search
  • Magoogle

    Magoogle
  • Goofy Search

    Goofy Search
  • Heidi Fleiss Web Search

    Heidi Fleiss Web Search
  • Search It

    Search It
  • WHAT?

    WHAT?
  • Mystery Finder

    Mystery Finder
  • The SG1 Search Engine

    The SG1 Search Engine
  • Katie's Search Engine

    Katie
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This contest is fueled by the following news: The ex Mr. Spears - Kevin Federline - has launched his own search engine this week. Apparently he thinks Google and Yahoo are not doing good job, so he decided to contribute his own little brick in building the Internet technology. The search engine is called "Search With Kevin" and offers a random draw of prises to people who use it to find things on Internet. The daily search is limited to twenty times a day per person, which is quite strange, considering he wishes to get more traffic to make his endeavor famous. Britney Spears is one of the topics that people are looking for at "Search with Kevin." Technically however, the whole idea is not as complex as one might think from reading the news. Federline has done little to create the search engine, let alone the search algorithms. What happened was the company called Prodege approached Kevin with an offer to use its existing technology and Federline's name as brand to their customized search. The company already has several such deals with other celebrities - mostly music bands and singers. According to the deal each "star" gets percentages from clicks on advertisements in return for letting use his/her name as a brand of customized search engines. Prodege is powered by Yahoo and does not maintain its own Internet data, which can be very expensive, especially if you want to compete with Google and smaller kings of search.

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Contest Info

  • Started: 3/22/2007 06:00
  • Ended: 3/24/2007 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 13
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2

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