A Search Engine that PAYS YOU to make a Search?


 A Search Engine that PAYS YOU to make a Search?

Have you ever browsed the web and clicked on an advertisement for a company just to find out they're paying you to search?
That's kind of the feeling when you download DuckDuckGo, the award-winning, privacy-focused search engine that doesn't collect your personal information. That means it can never be hacked and shared with third parties.

You won't get rich here, but it's nice to know your online searches are helping support a team that makes very few compromises. As we learn more about how our data is collected and used, DuckDuckGo is an easy way for anyone to "take back their digital self.
That's why we asked DuckDuckGo to develop a tool within Teespring that would help support their mission. This simple, light tool will allow us to display an advertisement for DuckDuckGo when you visit Teespring.com or search for any of our products on Google or Bing.
That's right, send us an email and it could be displayed on the entire internet!
There is no obligation here. We're simply giving everyone the option to advertise in one of the most popular search engines on Earth. As long as you don't see your mail in the ad, your username won't appear anywhere on Teespring or DuckDuckGo.
It's as simple as that.
Our team is looking forward to working with DuckDuckGo on this special project and we're excited to have the opportunity to help support them.
Here's to building your future!
Your Teespring Team [ARTICLE END] Here are three main reasons why Teespring might be considering a move over to DuckDuckGo but the above publicity stunt is just a cover up for their main reason. 1) The Google search engine is notorious for NOT paying its content creators, particularly YouTube video creators. The top earners can make $10,000 per year, which means millions and millions of dollars for Google. Most top video creators, in fact, don't even get paid. This means all of the video content on YouTube is either FREE or PAY TO PLAY. 2) Google and Facebook are using your data to target you with ads, yet the two companies do not have proper privacy policies in place (they have no written privacy policy at all). If you read the fine print of these two companies, you will notice they want ALL of your data, from emails to names to addresses even credit card numbers and bank information. 3) Facebook wants to sell user data to companies like Cambridge Analytica, who in turn will use that information for micro-targeting purposes. The same thing is happening on other social media sites like Twitter and Instagram and dating sites too. Teespring's plan, therefore, is to make DuckDuckGo the new standard of search engine and Facebook's hidden agenda is to make DuckDuckGo the new standard of search engine too. If a site has the DuckDuckGo logo on it, you know that it is not collecting any contact data or any personal information about you whatsoever. The same goes for any site with a no-search bar either. There are no search results for sites that don't collect your data. That is what DuckDuckGo is all about. Google can control user searches but DuckDuckGo can't, because DuckDuckGo doesn't even know who you are or what you are searching for. Teespring originally thought of using a totally different search engine called Searx but that would have been against privacy policies and could have resulted in legal action. Searx, however, has had this same idea way before Teespring even came into existence as the Searx search engine promotes the idea of "an uncensored free internet.


Teespring is using DuckDuckGo to promote their own brand. The reason for this is because Teespring has no users and has an audience of only about 3,000 people. The reality is, Teespring could fold tomorrow and they wouldn't miss (or even notice) it because they have failed as a company. But if you are a Teespring fan, you might want to take advantage of the opportunity to use DuckDuckGo in the search bar when you visit Teespring.com or else you will be missing out on a chance to support a site that stands up for your privacy regardless of what Google wants to do with it.

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