Back in the early days of internet use, if the exact content was found, it was listed in search returns. Not anymore. The researcher or surfer gets back millions of results for something that he only wanted to take a few minutes to research. So the programmer wrote a program that lists exact matches of search keywords first. It is fun to have exactly what is looked for show up in the returns instead of synonyms. Now the surfer can look at more topics in the same amount of precious time.
The search engine is called norele.com. Its about time.
The name Norele is a play on words that means no related content and no relevance content on keywords. Ever. Norele goes against the trend of search engine optimization by giving users exact matches. Relevancy biased by similar keyword searches aren't listed.
The main distraction is that Norele is slow with the result listings. But if compared to the total time required to research a topic by trying to sift through millions of returns it is the fastest way to go. See also http://www.prlog.org/
Non-spellers have a little disappointment that there isn't a spell checker. The programmer suggested spell ckecking another way for a while. http://www.norele.com
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Norele.com is owned by OpenEyes Corporation, a Nashville, Tennessee company. The company was founded on the principal that the customer's needs are first.