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We’ve all visited websites that offer visitors the option of searching the site. Many of these sites even use a Google branded search, Google’s free Custom Search Engine.

The downside, from a business owner’s perspective, is that in addition to the requested information from your site, visitors also get Google AdWords ads on their search results page.

For some businesses this may be the difference between using Google’s search and someone else’s. .
Google now offers a third alternative. Their paid Custom Search Business Edition. Companies can pay between $100-$500 annually for a hosted, customizable site search engine. Pricing is based on the number of pages to be indexed/searched. Users with extremely large sites can also use the Google appliance (please don’t ask me what that is, I got all this from AccountingWeb!)

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