Meet the New hakia

It must be redesign your search engine day. hakia has a new look and it's reminiscent of Yahoo's recent glue pages test with a hint of the old Ask.com.

Of course, hakia already distinguishes itself from the "big" search engines by saying that sites with a bunch of inbound links are not always credible. hakia attempts, through partnerships with experts, to produce more credible results.

Now, it's adding images and user-generated content to those results.

"We have been working hard for some time now to make the search experience better for users than what they are used to with today's popular search engines," said Riza Berkan, CEO, hakia.com. "hakia's new look bolsters this promise even further, by making credible sources available to all in a more well-focused way - quality over popularity."

Take a look, and then let us know what you think of the changes:

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