Sproose.com Social Search Engine Launches in Beta
A new social search and personalization engine joined the mix today as Sproose.com has opened in Beta form. Sproose.com provides a peer-moderated ranking, prioritization and community networking solution for individuals and affinity groups, with a focus on utilizing user and group information to produce the most relevant results for the end user.
From the Sproose.com release : Individuals can tailor their search to identify what is important to them within the hierarchy of their search results or can integrate through social networking, so that groups or members with similar interests can share enhanced search results and discussions. With its user-moderated, fully indexed directory technologies, Sproose users can effectively categorize and bookmark relevant sites, tailored for personal or group use. Ranking and scoring of specific Web sites based on preference, allows users to sort through existing sites to assemble only the most appropriate results.
“We wanted to offer simple, accessible searching, allowing individuals and groups a way to perform searches that reflect their own personal style and taste,” said Bob Pack, founder and CEO of Sproose.com. “We believe that we have created the most dynamic, comfortable way to prioritize and share your searches with our proprietary, ‘Knowledge Rank’ technology.” “It’s truly a Web 2.0 search engine”.
Is Sproose.com truly a Web 2.0 Search Engine or another Sproose Goose? Give it a try at Sproose.com