Plant Trees while you Search The Web
Ecosia Search Engine Plant a Tree on Each Search[Update: 11 February, 2021] According to the Ecosia website, the company has planted almost 120 million trees to date, across 9,000 planting sites worldwide. One tree is planted for roughly every 45 searches made via Ecosia, at a current rate of 1.3 trees per second, suggesting five million searches are carried out every day using the service.
Guys in today’s video I am going to review a search engine that plants trees on each search you make. Great! Isn’t it. Yes, you usually search google, bing, etc to search on the web but ECOSIA plants a tree on EVERY search you make. On one hand, you are searching on the net and on the other hand you are playing your role in combating climate change and helping for a better future via planting more trees. For details watch the video.
Ecosia is available on google play and apple store, the links are given below:
Ecosia on apple store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ecosia/id670881887?mt=8
Ecosia on Android store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ecosia.android&hl=en
Ecosia – The Eco-friendly Search Engine
Ecosia is a non-profit organization that funnels any revenue that isn’t needed to cover its overheads, tax and marketing efforts towards tree planting initiatives. The company is founded on green principles and its infrastructure is powered by massive solar farms, which produce an excess that actively removes dirty energy from the grid.
Some might be tempted to turn their nose up at Ecosia, to dismiss the business as a virtue project, but the company’s value proposition is also sound. Because competition is less fierce, advertising on Ecosia is roughly two or three times less costly per click than on Google, which means cheaper (and sometimes more profitable) traffic.
However, in the context of the global search market, Ecosia is a minuscule fish in a massive pond. Current data from Statcounter shows that the eco-friendly firm is responsible for less than 1% of search worldwide, compared to the 91.39% market share held by Google.
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