Whether it be (and certainly not limited to) Ask, Bing, Google, or Yahoo, I’ll quickly admit that there is not a lack of viable search engines on the Web. One might think that there would be little room to improve upon established search engines. However, the rapid evolution and adoption of media and communication forms, especially social networking sites, provides a new opportunity to bridge the gap between established and emerging sources of information.
Welcome Spezify!, a new research tool that mixes all media
types and makes no difference between blogs, videos, real time messages, sounds or images. By using Spezify, you have a new opportunity to diversify your search results, breaking away from the structured and optimized results of more mainstream search engines. And, maybe more importantly, Spezify creates an interactive visualization of your keywords.
So, what does “Alternative Dispute Resolution” look like? Check it out [here].
The next time you find yourself stuck with the same search results, give Spezify a try...at the very least, put in your name and check out your digital footprint.
A thanks goes out to Campus-ADR Tech Weblog for sharing the new research tool.