A vast number of great search engines are now available, including many specialized ones, but it often takes considerable time and effort to find the best ones that suit your needs
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Los Angeles, Calif. (PRWEB) September 4, 2007
Textbook authors Courtland Bovee and John Thill, who write the three leading college-level textbooks in business communication, today announce the launch of Business Communication Search at http://www.businesscommunicationsearch.com.
Business Communication Search is an online search tool Bovee & Thill developed that enables business communication instructors to have 334 search engines at their fingertips for quick, comprehensive searching online.
“A vast number of great search engines are now available, including many specialized ones, but it often takes considerable time and effort to find the best ones that suit your needs,” says Bovee, “but our new search tool gives you instant access within seconds to hundreds of search engines to do keyword searching on literally any topic you wish.
The tool uses a simple, attractive, intuitive interface, engineered to help business communication instructors find precisely what they want, whether it’s PowerPoints files, Adobe Acrobat PDFs, Microsoft Word documents, or Excel files.
Users can also search for academic content or instructional assistance, or search online libraries, news sites, newspapers and magazines, newsletters, blogsites, the blogosphere, forums and groups, wikis, reference, government, information about people, social bookmarking sites, press releases, company information, photographs, videos, videoblogs, podcasts, or RSS newsfeeds.
The tool also includes major search, metasearch, visible search, invisible web search, and social bookmarking search engines.
"The tool we’ve developed is an interface to the whole world of web information, using the best search technologies, which enable the user to access information more in-depth, easier, and more rapidly than ever before,” says Thill.
of Bovee & Thill, LLC
bovee @ businesscommunicationblog.com