Toronto, ON (PRWEB) November 12, 2012
QrateSearch.com went live on November 6th and has seen widespread user engagement across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. The company provides internet users the opportunity to be served search results based exclusively on content added and curated by fellow users. Category creation and the addition of competitors to these categories is in the hands of the users, who are being rewarded via an innovative points system.
In the first 48 hours, users spent over 130 hours creating, viewing & "Qrating” over 16,000 pages. The founders have received rapid feedback and have even called the most engaged users to seek their council. They mention "users have been overwhelmingly supportive, calling Qrate Search a highly demanded and immensely valuable platform."
This groundbreaking new platform provides a superior search experience for those seeking socially curated search results. The three week progressive launch plan is on track to yield more user engagement than Pinterest gained in their first 14 months.
Eric Arnold and Scott Wetton co-found QrateSearch.com together. The duo have co-founded several successful internet start-ups over several years including WeeklyIndie.com; a curated independent music subscription service which has garnered enthusiastic users and press in five languages across seven countries since its inception in 2010.