Silicon Valley, CA (PRWEB) October 4, 2004
Clush, the deep clustering search engine expands dynamic clusters to a new order of magnitude. Clush now goes deeper and wider when bringing up clusters for keywords, helping the user intelligently find information they are searching for. With the new expanded Clusters, users will receive fresh search ideas that may have gone unnoticed using regular search engines.
ÂWhile it originally included a single grouping of results, Clush's latest update delivers keyword results with four boxes of clusters surrounding the query.Â, says Matt Hicks, senior editor at Ziff Davis's eWEEK.
Adding clusters and visual images to searches increases relevancy, helps organize data and reduces the number of clicks required to find relevant results, says Sheffield Nolan, CEO. Our goal is to offer the user the Optimum Search Experience and we believe with the new Clush release, we have done just that.
The clusters or suggestions are based on linguistic analysis and heuristics instead traditional link popularity concepts. ÂThe suggestions were quite good.Â says Tara Calishain, editor at ResearchBuzz.
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