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Zotspot shares the search dollars

Zotspot - the search engine that shares the wealth - officially launched this week. The value proposition to users is that they get paid for their search activity. They can either keep their earnings or give them to one or more of their favorite charities or universities. The idea is very altruistic, and the search works reasonably well. But admittedly, I've come to expect my experience to be far more robust. When I search, I like to search the Web, news, images, blogs, etc. It seems that it may be difficult to attract users to a search engine just focused on text. That said, I was drawn to my credit card provider so I could share some transaction rewards with a University. If you want to learn more about Zotspot, watch the video.

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