Finding Internet Content the Easy Way with Soovle

Finding Internet Content the Easy WayFinding content on the Internet can sometimes be a challenge. There are people who will read this post who may be involved in writing articles for a blog, newsletter, or other publication that struggle finding topics that will interest their audience. While we can choose popular services such as what is offered by Google, Yahoo!, or Bing to search, each of these search engines are problematic.

Many people, when searching for a product, immediately head for places like Amazon, eBay, or Buy.com looking for the best price. In addition, people also check the retail websites to obtain product information for items that they may wish to purchase. Sometimes people just peruse these websites to read product reviews from those who have allegedly purchased a specific product or service.

We now have available to us Soovle, one simple-to-use search vehicle that will utilize the power of the following websites at once:

  • Google
  • Wikipedia
  • Amazon
  • Answer.com
  • Yahoo!
  • YouTube
  • Bing

To use Soovle is simple and straightforward. You only need to type in a search item, phrase, product, or service as you would during a normal search. As you type in the search term you wish to locate, each search service will start to provide the term for which you are searching. From this listing, you can then choose which search engine has the best results.

I have been testing Soovle for over a month and I have enjoyed the results Soovle has presented. I am using Soovle, set as my default search engine, for the Chrome browser without any problems or issues.

Soovle has a feature that I believe you will enjoy. If you wish to add or replace any of the standard search engines once you open Soovle, just click on Engines in the top right corner. You can control which engines best complete your searches and suit your needs.

Give Soovle a try and let us know what you think.

Comments are welcome.

Source: Soovle

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I have been writing for LockerGnome since relocating to Missouri seven years ago, where I continue to be a technology enthusiast who enjoys playing with the newest and latest gadgets.