Custom ASP.NET Search Engine Launched – Courtesy of Google Co-op

Google Co-op allows you to create a custom search engine by compiling a list of related sites.

I’ve created an ASP.NET search engine that includes the most popular and authoritative ASP.NET-related sites.

The beauty of the engine is there’s an option to “search the entire web but emphasize included sites,” so if the emphasized sites don’t return any results, Google will search the rest of the web.

The url is www.searchaspnet.net.

Feel free to contact me to suggest additional sites.

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#1 John Owen & Paul Codman on 10.31.06 at 3:18 pm

If you are interested in publicising your CSE you may want to be an early bird submitter at our CSE links directory at http://www.cselinks.com/ – your submission will include as long a description of your CSE as you wish together with relevant keyword lists, both of which you will be entitled to edit and keep up to date if you register as an Editor. You can also add new CSEs as you build them. All Editors will also have permission to rate and comment on other CSEs thereby constantly improving the overall quality of our visitors’ experience. The site will officially go live on Thursday.