Serph: A Social Media Search Engine Opens To Public

Serph, the social media search engine which scours results from various social media sites has come out of private beta testing and is now open to the public. Serph is a search engine that you can use to find out what people are saying on the web right now. When you type a query into Serph, it […]

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Serph, the social media search engine which scours results from various social media sites has come out of private beta testing and is now open to the public.

Serph is a search engine that you can use to find out what people are saying on the web right now. When you type a query into Serph, it goes out and searches online social media to find the latest buzz. After it gathers the results, they are sorted and organized so the most recent buzz appears first. Serph gathers these results from blog search engines, social media websites, social news websites and social bookmarking websites, including various Blogs, Flickr, Delicious, Digg, Technorati, Bloglines, YouTube, Google Blog Search, Sphere, Ma.gnolia, Podzinger, Newsvine, Feedster, and Topix.net. This allows Serph to show you exactly what people are saying on the web right now.

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