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Four Comprehensive Search Engines for Social Networks

Posted by Writing PIs on August 3, 2011

This article now available in How Do Private Eyes Do That? available on Kindle and Nook.


One Response to “Four Comprehensive Search Engines for Social Networks”

  1. Wajam said

    Thanks for the list! Here’s another social search engine for your consideration: Wajam (

    Wajam makes social search portable— we let you take your friends’ knowledge with you anywhere you search the web. Wajam stores links and photos from your social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+) and gives you relevant results in the places you like to search, like Google, Bing, Amazon, Wikipedia, TripAdvisor and more. Let me know if you have questions, thx!

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