New York, New York – (The Hosting News) – January 28, 2009 – An online publisher, known as the Librarian of the Internet, search engine, FindingDulcinea, has debuted the launch of a more selective search engine, designed to garner more satisfying search results.
According to a University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication: Center for the Digital Future report, Internet users are increasingly dissatisfied with the results they get when they search the web. (2008 Digital Future Report. www.digitalcenter.org/pdf/2008-Digital-Future-Report-Final-Release.pdf.)
A common search-engine query will deliver millions of results, but the best, most valuable results are often difficult to find, lost in a sea of bad information. And few users check out more than the handful of links on the first page. SweetSearch simplifies web research, returning clear-cut, relevant and up-to-date results. SweetSearch benefits researchers, students, teachers — anyone who wants the best information delivered quickly and easily.
SweetSearch scours an ever-growing library of web sites, all evaluated and vetted by findingDulcinea’s team of researchers. SweetSearch excludes sites that have more advertising than content, sites that exist just to generate marketing leads, and sites that try to disguise their authorship.
Mark Moran, Founder and CEO of findingDulcinea offered, ”Search algorithms tempered by human judgment give Internet users the results they really want. SweetSearch, our latest offering, is a simple, intuitive path to the best the web has to offer.”
SweetSearch is driven by Google Custom Search. The simple interface allows users to easily toggle between SweetSearch’s selective results and those in Google’s search.
FindingDulcinea provides the most reliable web resources on thousands of topics, along with a simple explanation of each site’s relevance. SweetSearch offers quick access to findingDulcinea’s vast content.
To learn more, please visit: www.sweetsearch.com.