Multiply Finds What's Been Published in Your Social Network

Apr 26, 2005 • 1:10 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Search Engines
 

Dear Barry:

I have some news that I thought might interest you for the Search Engine Roundtable. Multiply just launched the first "social search engine" - which finds content published within one's social network and ranks results based on social proximity.

It's much different than what Friendster/Eurekster does which, as you know, is to show someone the topics that their friends have searched.

Here's a link to the news release that we're distributing today: http://multiply.com/info/press/search

I've attached a short, one-page PDF as well, so you can see what makes this kind of search so compelling. Download file

Thank you in advance for looking it over. Again, I thought you might find it interesting. Hope you don't mind that I sent it along. Feel free to call or e-mail me if you'd like to discuss it some more.

Regards,

Marc Bernstein

Kind of under the weather, so I am posting releases today.

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