Social Search Engine Searchwiki Launches, Enabling Users to Find News and Content from Social Networks

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A new kind of search engine is unveiled with the launch of Searchwiki, a social search engine that spiders both major search engines and social networking sites.

Searchwiki technology improves on existing search engines by enabling vertical, community site and Web searches to be initiated from any Web site

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People looking for a faster and more efficient online search experience can now turn to Searchwiki, a new social search engine bridging the gap between searchers and relevant results. Unlike other search engines, in addition to spidering major search engines like Google and MSN, Searchwiki spiders social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to generate additional search results. Searchwiki is also the only search engine that offers redemption points, giving users the opportunity to receive gifts just for searching, commenting and posting reviews.

"Searchwiki technology improves on existing search engines by enabling vertical, community site and Web searches to be initiated from any Web site," says Adam Goldenberg of Searchwiki. "Searchwiki's strength is in its community appeal and dynamic social search cloud. Collaboration between groups of people with similar interests using a Searchwiki will quickly produce much more relevant and tailored results for a common group than a generic search engine would."

In addition to results from major search engines, Searchwiki includes results from social networking sites, allowing users to find relevant content from not only leading news sites and other Web sites, but from everyday people on social platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn and Hi5, as well. This range of search results lets Searchwiki users find various viewpoints, opinions and insight on any news topic.

Searchwiki is currently the only search engine to offer redemption points and generate results that contain no ads. Searchwiki's social search engine service allows people to accrue redeemable points every time they conduct searches and/or refer friends to use the search engine. These points can then be redeemed for prizes and gifts. Users receive one Swikipoint for each search, vote, comment and review made, to a maximum of 320 points per day, and can redeem those Swikipoints for items such as gift cards and music players.

For more information about Searchwiki, visit http://www.socialsearch.com.

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