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Any idea what EGO SURFING means..??

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Asked by Incredible Abhi, 09 May '13 03:45 pm
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Google your own name
Answered by Annes, 09 May '13 03:47 pm

 
  
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Ego ko SURF mai dhona :D
Answered by paree, 09 May '13 03:49 pm

 
  
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Egosurfing is the practice of searching for one's own name, pseudonym, or screen name on a popular search engine in order to review the results.[1] Similarly, an egosurfer is one who surfs the Internet for his or her own name to see what information appears. It has become increasingly popular with the rise of internet search engines, as well as free blogging and web-hosting services. Though Google is the search engine most commonly mentioned when referring to egosurfing, other widely known search engines include Yahoo and Bing.
Answered by anil garg, 21 Jun '13 12:38 pm

 
  
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Egosurfing (also Googling yourself, vanity searching, egosearching, egogoogling, autogoogling, self-googling) is the practice of searching for one's own name, pseudonym, or screen name on a popular search engine in order to review the results.[1] Similarly, an egosurfer is one who surfs the Internet for his or her own name to see what information appears. It has become increasingly popular with the rise of internet search engines, as well as free blogging and web-hosting services. Though Google is the search engine most commonly mentioned when referring to egosurfing, other widely known search engines include Yahoo and Bing.
The term was coined by Sean Carton in 1995 and first appeared in print as an entry in Gareth Branwyn's March 1995 Jargon Watch column in Wired.[2][3][4][5]
Egosurfing is employed by many people for a variety of reasons. According to a study by the Pew Internet & American life project,[6] 47% of American adult internet users have undertaken a vanity search in Goog ...more
Source: Jitna answer chahiye, khud EDIT kar lo :p
Answered by Nauty, 09 May '13 03:46 pm

 
  
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