Just because you do a search on Google, (say a search for cnc) and you get 40,200,000 hits, doesn't mean you will have 40,200,000 webpages to pick from. The search for "cnc" will let you go only as far as page "85" on the actual search.maybe they're all the same, but it would nice along with all the commercial accounts they want to promote that they peppered search results with some grassroots stuff before you get to page 300.
I only use Google, (habit I guess).
When I do a search, and I don't like what I find by page "5", it's time to change the words in my search.
From Google website : http://www.google.com/help/features.html
So... I guess If 1 million people misspell a word, Google will recommendGoogle's spell checking software automatically looks at your query and checks to see if you are using the most common version of a word's spelling. If it calculates that you're likely to generate more relevant search results with an alternative spelling, it will ask "Did you mean: (more common spelling)?". Clicking on the suggested spelling will launch a Google search for that term. Because Google's spell check is based on occurrences of all words on the Internet, it is able to suggest common spellings for proper nouns (names and places) that might not appear in a standard spell check program or dictionary.
that wrong word! (DOH!)