Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 3, 2006
Combating spam with human editors and immediate visitor feedback, Bessed (pronounced "best" and found at http://www.bessed.com) has created a new search model designed to make search more satisfying. Instead of relying on robots to rank sites, Bessed uses living, breathing humans to create search results. Even better, Bessed is built on WordPress blog software, allowing site visitors to add to, subtract from, and re-rank sites via comments they leave directly on the search results page.
"Bessed has found a sweet spot where search, blogging and social media combine," says Adam Jusko, Founder and CEO of Bessed. "Not quite a traditional search engine, not quite a directory, not quite a wiki, but pulling from the best of each, Bessed is something completely new. The result is a site with the potential to increase search relevancy for visitors while eliminating the frustration that legitimate Webmasters feel when trying to get their sites noticed."
The Bessed model solves multiple problems that frustrate users of existing search services. Bessed offers:
- Spam-free search results, thanks to human editors
- The ability for searchers to provide immediate feedback, continually improving search results
- The ability for visitors to offer commentary on a person, place or issue in the news. Because Bessed is built on blog software, it allows for conversation in the same way conventional blogs do.
- Free Web site submissions and individual page submissions, with no "sandbox" to escape in order to be included
"Our goal is for Bessed to become a trusted, top-of-mind resource for searchers and Webmasters,” says Jusko. “To accomplish that goal, we need to hear the voices of our visitors. Stop by, give Bessed a spin and tell us how to improve to meet your needs."
CONTACT: Adam Jusko, 216.227.1310