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BlogCatalog - [New Window] - BlogCatalog is more than just a social community for bloggers; we are one of the largest blog directories on the internet. Whether you are looking to search blogs, connect with bloggers, learn more about blogging, or promote your own blog, BlogCatalog is for you.

Collecta - [New Window] - The web is alive with real-time information. So why search a stale archive? Collecta monitors the update streams of news sites, popular blogs and social media, and Flickr, so we can show you results as they happen.

CrowdEye - [New Window] - CrowdEye is a new generation of search engine which looks at the worldwide web in a new way. By tracking discussions on Twitter, we can help our users find out what’s important to them right now in real time. CrowdEye has created innovative technology to scan through tweets, retweets, twitter links and more. We then provide you with powerful yet easy ways to slice, dice, summarize and categorize the data to answer your questions. Whether you’re interested in following your brand, baseball, celebrities, movies, or anything else people are talking about – CrowdEye can help you know what people are thinking.

FacteryLabs - [New Window] - We deliver access to the the real-time web with facts, not links.

FuzzFind Web Search - [New Window] - FuzzFind is a web search mashup that combines the power of the major search engines and social bookmarking sites to make it easier to find and identify the most relevant information. Results are grouped together and sorted according to the search engine rankings plus the popularity of the sites according to the social bookmarking community.

Hunch - [New Window] - In 10 questions or less, Hunch will offer you a great solution to your problem, concern or dilemma, on hundreds of topics. Hunch's answers are based on the collective knowledge of the entire Hunch community, narrowed down to people like you, or just enough like you that you might be mistaken for each other in a dark room. Hunch is designed so that every time it's used, it learns something new. That means Hunch's hunches are always getting better.

IMshopping - [New Window] - IMshopping is a human-assisted shopping search site and Twitter shopping service. Online shoppers can instantly look for specific products, search IMshoppings database for product questions that have been already answered, or pose their own shopping questions. By delivering a mix of recommendation technology and real human assistance, it aims to create a more efficient way to find products online.



KnowEm - [New Window] - KnowEm checks the availability of your brand name, user name or vanity URL on 120 popular Social Media websites.

LinkedIn - [New Window] - LinkedIn is an online network of more than 30 million experienced professionals from around the world, representing 150 industries. When you join, you create a profile that summarizes your professional accomplishments. Your profile helps you find and be found by former colleagues, clients, and partners.

Omgili Forum Search - [New Window] - Omgili is a specialized search engine that focuses on "many to many" user generated content platforms, such as, Forums, Discussion groups, Mailing lists, answer boards and others. As opposed to traditional search engines, which search for sites and pages, Omgili finds consumer opinions, debates, discussions, personal experiences, answers and solutions.

Omgili is a crawler based, vertical search engine that scans millions of online discussions worldwide in over 100,000 boards, forums and other discussion based resources. Omgili knows to analyze and differentiate between discussion entities such as topic, title, replies and discussion date.


OneRiot - [New Window] - OneRiot is different than traditional search engines for one super reason: we index our search results according to their current relevance and popularity; they index by looking at the links between different pages. This is why other search engines often wind up with Wikipedia-style info as the top-ranked search results - which is great, useful information, but not necessarily the most current info available on that subject. Thanks to the new capabilities of the realtime web, people are increasingly interested in the freshest or most popular information available on a subject, and we order our search results to reflect that.

Scoopler - [New Window] - Scoopler is a real-time search engine. We aggregate and organize content being shared on the internet as it happens, like eye-witness reports of breaking news, photos and videos from big events, and links to the hottest memes of the day. We do this by constantly indexing live updates from services including Twitter, Flickr, Digg, Delicious and more. When you search for a topic on Scoopler, we give you the most relevant results, updated in real-time.

Scour - [New Window] - Scour is a next gen search engine with Google/Yahoo/Bing results and user comments all on one page. Scour's purpose is to bridge the gap between searchers and relevant results. By providing a platform for the user to vote and comment on relevancy, searchers connect with one another creating a true social search community, attained through innovative solutions to meet the needs of today's web searchers.

Semanti - [New Window] - Semanti lets you stop searching and start finding the pages you want. It's a simple browser add-on that lets you save your favorite pages to your personal web and improves your search by harnessing your Facebook social network. It enhances and improves the way you search so you get better results with your existing search engine — Google, Yahoo! or Bing. And you can use it from any computer that has the free Semanti add-on installed.

Social Mention - [New Window] - Social Mention is a social media search engine that searches user-generated content such as blogs, comments, bookmarks, events, news, videos, and microblogging services. It allows you to easily track what people are saying about you, your company, a new product, or any topic across the web’s social media landscape in real-time.

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