Search and Win with MSN Search

by Jon Henshaw

I’m not the greatest fan of Microsoft. In fact, I switched to Apple several years ago. However, I can’t deny the fact that MSN Search sends the most traffic to than any other search engine. For that reason, and because MSN Search is actually a pretty good search engine, I’m spreading the word about their Search & Win campaign.

To play, MSN suggests that you search using potential winning keywords. They give Xbox 360 as an example, but after I did a search on it, I didn’t get any results. So I imagine that potential keywords could be just about anything.

Anyway, give it try. Maybe you’ll win something, and maybe you’ll enjoy using their search engine. It may be a refreshing change from Google or Yahoo!.

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