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Internet search has evolved in so many ways that today, I have witnessed the power that Leapfish can do with its real time search. Say what?! You heard me right. I have to admit. I first learned about the words “real time search” and what it can really do through Leapfish.
This is made possible by the same person who is the founder of DotNext Inc. & co-founder of Reply.com, Ben Behrouzi. You can see the effects and results of what social networkings like Twitter and Facebook can do. Word of mouth through these social sites can greatly affect the outcome and the results are pretty quick as well.
For now, real time search is still in its infancy. More ideas and technologies will be added as it evolves even more. But the thing that rocks about this is that you get the latest and up to date information. Would you rather want to receive information that are ancient and outdated? Or what users value as good or bad?
Or, you can receive information via conversations and people. This sole feature is what made Twitter and Facebook both a hit. As the web changes how it works, so will internet search. And that, is what real time search aims to achieve.
LeapFish announced plans to unveil a new multimedia and real-time search, communication and sharing platform. This search engine will enhance the way people both search and share information on the Web today.
So what exactly is LeapFish’s real time search? Traditional searching involves typing in keywords and pressing a button to send the HTTP requests to search. With real-time searching, instantaneous search results are displayed as you type. There is no more need for you to use a mouse to click on the search button.
Because LeapFish is a search aggregator, results provided by search engines can be displayed in front of you right away. You save time and bandwidth in the process. No need to go to each portal’s site to search. Just type in the keyword and as you type along, search results get displayed.
LeapFish.com is conducting private demos prior to the highly anticipated launch, if interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The slots are limited so not everybody can get a first hand look on what LeapFish has to offer. Email them up if you want to be a part of it and be among the first to experience real-time searching.
The way this technology works, I think it can greatly contribute to search engine evolution.