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Anonymous search tool DuckDuckGo answered 1bn queries in 2013
Until Edward Snowden's files detailing the extent of state surveillance, the search engine received around 1.5m queries per day. But in the weeks and months following the Guardian's publication of the NSA files, the number of users more than doubled.
By November, more than 4 million people were using the site every day, and on Tuesday 7 January the site had its biggest day so far, serving 4,452,957 queries in a 24-hour period.
I'd love it DuckDuckGo took off
Simply use it, link it, recommend it.
DDG should allow webmasters to have a site search on their sites, like we have for Adsense. I would be more than happy to replace my search pages with DDG's - even losing my income from said pages.
That's a great little search tool
Because of how we generate results from multiple sources, there's no proper way to submit sitemaps to us, directly. You can, though, submit your sites to our sources--which will then flow through to us