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Curated Search: Blekko Groups Search Results Into Visual Categories

Curated Search: Blekko Groups Search Results Into Visual Categories | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it

 

 


Via Robin Good
Therese Torris's insight:

Don't know how powerful it is as a search engine but Blekko certainly has a very attractive visual display and offers much needed options to filter search by topic or category (used to be called "parametric search"). Curious to see how it catches on but will definitely give it a try myself.

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Sue Myburgh's curator insight, June 2, 2013 9:30 PM

Fabulous - and so useful for librarians!

Fernando Zamith's curator insight, June 3, 2013 8:27 AM

O Google já tem substituto: Blekko.

Os media sociais e a curadoria ao serviço da pesquisa (e vice-versa).

Resultados de pesquisas adaptados ao tamanho do monitor que estamos a usar e organizados por categorias de diferentes cores.

Muitos anos e muitos milhões de dólares depois, o Blekko está pronto para ser o motor de busca de referência.

Experimentem! Vale a pena!

Alejandro Tortolini's curator insight, June 3, 2013 5:11 PM

Blekko agrupa visualmente las búsquedas de contenido.

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Blekko unveils search curation site ROCKZi - GigaOM

Blekko unveils search curation site ROCKZi - GigaOM | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it

Blekko, the human-curated search engine, [...] unveiled a new content curation site, ROCKzi, which lets people consume and socialize around the news they care about in a PInterest-like environment.[...]

 

ROCKzi [...] surfaces fresh content from news sources curated by power blekko users and displays articles in topic-specific, searchable “news boards,” from “Geekery” and “Glitterati” to “SportZ” and “Red State.” As of now, there are 33 boards but, over the next few weeks and months, it plans to expand to hundreds and then thousands more...

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