Posted tagged ‘Search Engines’

Online research easier with SemantiFind

November 20, 2008

An underlying problem with researching online is actually finding useful websites. Often researchers have to sift through page after page of Google results before they can even find one article that comes close to what they are looking for. Even the term “Google Search” brings up 122,000,000 results. How is that possible?


It’s possible because search engines use algorithms to search for key words rather than the meaning of those keywords. So if a website has the words ‘Google’ or ‘Search’ within it, the search engine produces that web page as a result, even if it has absolutely no significance to you.


SemantiFind, eliminates that ambiguity. SemantiFind is a plug-in that sits on top of Google and refines and personalizes your searching experience. By marking the pages you find useful, SemantiFind begins to understand your preferences and will, with time, produce meaningful websites.


In addition, SemantiFind eliminates the categories, sub-categories, and sub-sub-categories of bookmarks. With SemantiFind you are able to mark a web site and return to it time and again with ease. And we all know that while the theory of bookmarks is genius, the practicality of its application is leaves something to be desired.


So what are you waiting for? Learn how to operate SemantiFind in 90 seconds.