Ask.com to Bring Butler Jeeves Again
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To challenge the internet giant Google’s search market share, Ask.com is considering bringing its butler Jeeves back again to
In 2006 askjeeves.com took its simpler name as ask.com and after that very time, Google has been dominating the search market and currently it’s on top with 90% market share while many others like MSN, AOL, Yahoo and Ask have 10% of market share collectively.
“We have been focusing on to deliver a really outstanding producer for quite some time and it will definitely offer impressive results and Jeeves is just being introduced again to bring some icing on the cake,” says Cesar Mascaraque, Ask.com managing director.
“We are targeting to provide all the answers that users look for and Jeeves will be there to give these answers in a human way.”
An ad campaign has also been launched by Ask.com that shows walking around the homepage of the search engine.
You will also find the answer related to why Jeeves is back on the front page of the search engine: “ I had been searching knowledge for more than three years to answer your queries and now you will find me a lot more well-equipped to get your answers.”
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