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Search is becoming increasingly social, with both the top search engines and startups incorporating users into the process of generating the best possible results. In our social search guide, we look at more than 40 search engines that either include user input in generating results or allow you to find information about people across a multitude of social networks and public records.
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from mikemurray 2522 Days ago #
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Excellent find with great comments on each to boot...glad I had the chance to meet you at SES during the Tuesday lunch... Mike Murray

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from ViperChill 2522 Days ago #
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Nice submission Mrs Weinberg Keeping up that 100% roll. Does anyone here actually use social search engines and if so how do they find them in terms of benefitting you? I know dave naylor has one called aftervote

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from bsaric 2521 Days ago #
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I did never get any clicks from this SE, except eurekster.com.

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