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Soso (search engine)

Soso.com
Current logo
Web address .comsoso
Commercial? yes
Type of site
Search engine
Registration Optional
Available in Chinese
Owner Tencent Holdings Limited
Alexa rank
negative increase 67 (February 2015)[1]

Soso.com (Chinese: 搜搜; pinyin: Sōusōu) is a Chinese search engine owned by Tencent Holdings Limited, which is well known for its other creations Pengyou and QQ. As of 1 October 2012, Soso.com is ranked as the 33rd most visited website in the world, the 11th most visited website in China, and the number eight most visited website in South Korea, according to Alexa Internet.[2]

The user-agent string of Soso spider is named Sosospider.[3] September 2013,Tencnt put money in Sogou(A Sohu company),Soso merged sogou ,and then soso disappered.[4]

References

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  3. ^ Sosospider User-Agent String, HttpUserAgent.org
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External links

  • (simplified Chinese) Official webpage
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