Search Me Integrates Twitter Tweets
March 31, 2009
Searchme, Inc. is the first major search engine to integrate “Tweets” into search results and make it easier for searchers to share results with the Twitter community by adding a ‘one-click’ post to Twitter button on every search page.
Searchme is a search engine, designed from the ground up to provide a superior search experience over traditional text-based engines designed more than ten years ago. Less than a year old, Searchme has gained favor with web searchers and has more than 6 million monthly users now growing at a rate of more than a hundred thousand users a day.
Instead of a list of blue links, Searchme delivers large images of the web pages, videos, music and products that play right on the search result page making it easy to find and consume things on the web. Now Searchme has included Twitter search results in this mix and also made it easy for searchers to share their discoveries with the Twitter followers by clicking the large Twitter button on every search result page.
The new Twitter integration adds to the array of social sharing tools in Searchme for sharing stacks with friends and family via email, their blog or the most popular social networking and community sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Digg, Stumble Upon! and Delicious.
“Search, by its nature, is social. People like to share what they find with friends and family,” said Randy Adams, Searchme Founder and CEO. “We’re big fans of Twitter at Searchme and quickly realized that this was a great way to make sharing search results fun and easy. The web isn’t just about web pages anymore and we’re committed to embracing this new media as we continue to innovate around the search experience.”
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Stephen Arnold, March 31, 2009