Over time Mooseworld has been #1 in every major search engine or directory. The search results below illustrate a history of the Web since 1999 as it relates to Mooseworld.
Here is what Netscape says about its What's Cool Award: "The editors of What's Cool choose sites based primarily on great content and design, and flawless execution. We judge a site's content on personality, relevance, utility, and links, and a site's design on clarity, relevance, accessibility, and speed, and a number of other criteria. Sites that win an award are doing something right and are making the web an enjoyable and exciting experience for the Internet community."
Mooseworld by coincidence was given this award on its official launch date of October 1, 1999.
The BOTWEB (Best of the Web) seal is given after BOTWEB "carefully evaluates sites based on load time, ease of use, presentation, functionality and content. To earn the BOTWEB designation, a site must have a high overall rating. The site evaluation process is objective and stringent to ensure that users of BOTWEB can trust that a BOTWEB site is indeed among the best sites on the Internet in its category. That is our promise to you."
Our affiliated moose products store, Magical Moose, received the Affinia "Spotlight" designation, which "Indicates an outstanding Storefront Affinia has hand-picked to spotlight" when it was open in 2000.
The British Broadcasting Corporation's BBC Online WebGuide "Best of the Web" award was given to Mooseworld in December, 2000. Here is what they had to say:
"These guys love their moose. Authoritative sections on habitat, diet, ecology and behaviour feature great pictures and entertaining writing. Learn about conservation and what to do in a moose attack, or check what the weather is like in Moose Lake, Minnesota. A passionate site proving "how the 'metaphor; of moose can make lives better and happier."
The Go.com site included the pioneering Infoseek search engine and had their own quality rating system until they changed their business model to include only paid listings. Under the former system, Mooseworld had the top three-star rating for Proven Picks and was.
HotBot, a popular search site that is part of the Lycos Network, used "Direct Hit" results for most popular sites. The most popular site for moose was Mooseworld at.
Google is the most popular seach site on the Web. If you look for "moose" in Google's directory, where their "PageRank" results are given, Mooseworld is.
Yahoo! pioneered the Web directory. If you look for "moose" in Yahoo!'s directory, where results are given by popularity, Mooseworld is.
At one time or another Mooseworld has been ...