November 15, 2007

EcoSeek Directory of Green Products

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Here's a case of mistaken identity. EcoSeek bills itself as "the Search Engine for All Things Green." Unfortunately, it's not a search engine at all. Which leads to pretty bad reviews for a site that's actually not bad at all.

Via Red Ferret:


EcoSeek claims to be an eco-friendly search engine. The front page is a real mess, and the first random search I tried -‘wood burning stove’ - returned zero hits. It’s clearly such a green engine that it’s saving power by…uh…not delivering any results at all. Riiight!

Turns out the site is actually just a directory of green products. Search, or browse by category to see products that merchants have listed.

EcoSeek
says it has over 7100 products from 335 merchants. A quick look shows most of the categories looking pretty thin, but when it's populated with more content, it may be a useful yellow pages for eco-friendly products.

Just don't call it a search engine.

At EcoSeek.

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Posted by Jess Brooks at November 15, 2007 8:55 AM

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