|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-19-2013 12:10 PM|
Re: Search Engine Specialized In Sailing
Reviving a thread that has been dormant for 7 years, and tagging an unrelated question onto it, is hardly the best way to get useful responses to your questions. You need to start your own, new thread, with a meaningful and appropriate subject line.
Beyond that, I don't think you're going to find a lot of experts in applying for grants on this particular forum. You would probably have better luck if you could find a forum for people who work with non-profit organizations and/or in academia.
|03-18-2013 05:45 PM|
Matlacha Sailing at Fort Myers Beach Florida
I am trying to get my business up and running again. Any one know how I could apply for a grant to drop flags aroung manatees to ward off pleasure boats, or how I could receive a grant to take out underpriviledged kids on a sailboat and teach them charts and stuff, please let me know.
Thanks, Capt Jim Kennedy OUPV
|11-03-2006 08:03 PM|
|sailingforever||Google still works better than any of the other search engines...|
|11-03-2006 01:56 PM|
|TrueBlue||That's actually a Google Co-op search engine. It's scary that anyone can set one up for free and acquire searcher's personal info and preferences for their spam database.|
|11-03-2006 01:12 PM|
|sailingdog||Not particularly impressed, just tried it, and it crashed on my first two searches.. Any site that does that generally doesn't get a second chance.|
|11-03-2006 01:05 PM|
|sailingforever||I have used it, but unfortunatly if you type a kind of boat in that is not very wel known you get things that have nothing to do with what you typed. It works best for me if I only search for things like "Optimist Dinghy" or "O'day", it is easy to find things if you type the boat maker of class.|
|11-03-2006 12:03 PM|
Search Engine Specialized In Sailing
Just a message to introduce a new search engine specialized in sailing : Search-Sail.com.
Does someone already used it ? What do you think about it?