What to Name a Meta Search Engine...

So a friend of mine created an authority tool, which lets you cross reference the major search engines to find out what sites rank well in multiple agorithms. While he was making it I thought that it was not much extra effort to make it a meta search engine, so he did that.

It is not going to have any sort of paid ads or anything like that on it since it uses other engines APIs. There is no biz model behind it, I just wanted to make it because I thought it sounded like a cool idea.

I am trying to think of a name for it. Originally it was going to be called authority finder, but that doesn't sound like a linkable name. The best I thought of so far in the meta search way was metish, but then I think blah. Also I think I am trying to stay away from the word pile.

What would be a good name for a meta search engine?

Published: September 7, 2005 by Aaron Wall in internet


September 7, 2005 - 6:09pm


September 7, 2005 - 6:29pm

The Great Wall

September 7, 2005 - 6:51pm


September 7, 2005 - 7:36pm

Get a clue!

September 7, 2005 - 7:53pm

Metapuke - nicely brandable;)

September 7, 2005 - 8:40pm


or some variations of those terms -- i.e. mixsearch, searchmixing, remixsearch, etc -- might work, i think. some of those names are taken but a bunch are still available.

Add new comment

(If you're a human, don't change the following field)
Your first name.
(If you're a human, don't change the following field)
Your first name.
(If you're a human, don't change the following field)
Your first name.

Gain a Competitive Advantage Today

Your top competitors have been investing into their marketing strategy for years.

Now you can know exactly where they rank, pick off their best keywords, and track new opportunities as they emerge.

Explore the ranking profile of your competitors in Google and Bing today using SEMrush.

Enter a competing URL below to quickly gain access to their organic & paid search performance history - for free.

See where they rank & beat them!

  • Comprehensive competitive data: research performance across organic search, AdWords, Bing ads, video, display ads, and more.
  • Compare Across Channels: use someone's AdWords strategy to drive your SEO growth, or use their SEO strategy to invest in paid search.
  • Global footprint: Tracks Google results for 120+ million keywords in many languages across 28 markets
  • Historical data: since 2009, before Panda and Penguin existed, so you can look for historical penalties and other potential ranking issues.
  • Risk-free: Free trial & low price.
Your competitors, are researching your site

Find New Opportunities Today