LOS ANGELES, November 14 /PRNewswire/ --
SearchBoth.com today announced the launch of several new services. The site no longer searches just Google and Yahoo side by side on one split screen. It has added 9 other search engines including Ask.com and the ability to search any two travel sites as well starting off with the top 12 travel sites including Expedia.com and Travelocity.com. Also, AT&T's YellowPages.com and Verizon's SuperPages.com can viewed as well.
SearchBoth.com places websites side by side on one split screen in order to make comparing the results of any two websites simple and easy. The site started out with just Google and Yahoo but now offers Ask.com, MSN, DogPile, MetaCrawler, Alta Vista, LookSmart and WebSearch as well. Users can select any two search engines and view them side by side on one split screen.
SearchBoth.com has also included the ability to search travel sites side by side as well with the top 12 travel sites. Users can search Hotels.com, Expedia, Travelocity, HotWire, CheapTickets, SideStep, Kayak, CheapFlights, Travelation, TravelZoo, PriceLine, Orbitz, and CheapOAir side by side as well.
The site also includes AT&T's YellowPages.com and Verizon's SuperPages.com side by side as well. The company plans to include YouTube.com and the new competitor Hulu.com once Hulu gains more popularity.
SearchBoth.com currently offers a toolbar plugin for the FireFox browser and will be offering a toolbar plugin for Internet Explorer by the end of the month.
SearchBoth.com is operated by InternetLabz.com; an internet incubation company with popular websites such as www.YELLOWPAGES.travel which searches the top 12 travel sites with one click and also www.YellowPagesMessenger.com which is a suite of services such as YellowPages and Dictionary over AOL and MSN instant messenger using the screen names "FreeYellowPages" and "MyDictionary."
Web site: http://SearchBoth.com
Stephen Dillon of Internet Times, +1-866-848-3392