As we all know, Social Networking is the sliced bread of the Internet. While search engines are nothing new, it is how the search engine works that is key. Take Google for example. They revolutionized the way people searched the internet with their highly intuitive and highly proprietary search algorithms. Google is estimated to dominate a whopping 60-70% of all search traffic, depeding on which source you look at. However, social media sites are fast coming on strong. It is rumored that Facebook is looking to get into the search market itself in some form or fashion.
While Facebook has a long way to go in terms of size in comparison to Google, it still poses a threat to Google. In days gone by, most poeple had their home pages set to Google for easy search of the internet. Now days many have set Facebook as their homepage in order to check up on the social happenings of those they are acquainted with. Google must also look at how many internet users connect through mobile devices as many people update their social status via smart phone.
The search market is a big and lucrative market, and Google remains at the top, for now. As with all empires, however, they never last forever. There is always another hungry competitor on your heals, with a new and innovativve idea. And in today’s connected society, great ideas spread like wildfire, in other words, go viral.
That being said, a new competitor in the Search Market is focusing on a Search Engine for Social Media aimed at business owners to get more exposure to those would be web surfers. As with any internet business, traffic and membership are commodities. How will this new service fair in today’s rat race to get more traffic? Read the press release from Sokule below and see what you think? Is it just another web service in a long line of web services? Will it grow into another of the inernet behemoths or will it get snapped up by larger competitors? You be the judge.
NEW YORK CITY — Sokule announces a unique integrated Search Media Search Engine called, KuleSearch. Members can buy, sell, and link to keywords and get their websites shown at the top of a KuleSearch search, a Twitter Search, a FaceBook search, a MySpace search, a Sokule search, a Bing or Web search.
KuleSearch is currently in pre launch with a full launch Scheduled for Dec 15th, 2010. When a member buys a keyword and links their website to that Keyword, their listing displays at the top of the Search results pages for searches done all of the major Social Media engines.
“This is a way for businesses online to showcase their websites at the top of Search engines results in a way they could never do before,” explained Jane Mark, President of Sokule Inc and owner of Kule Search. “It is extremely difficult for most people to get their websites to the top of search engines like Google without spending huge sums of money and manpower.” continued Ms Mark.
“Kule Search is changing the landscape for businesses all over the internet. It will allow businesses to control their own search destiny for a fraction of the cost that they can do now,” added Ms Mark.
The way Kule Search works is simple. A member buys a keyword and links a relevant website to that keyword. The public comes along and chooses an engine they want to search with, and the owner of the Keyword has their listing displayed at the top of that search.
Other KuleSearch members can link to that keyword, even if they don’t own it, and their website will appear in the second and third positions on any relevant search depending on how many times they linked to it.
All keywords and keyword phrases start at 20 cents. As words are purchased and sold, the price increases via a unique KuleSearch formula devised by Phil Basten, the developer of Kule Search.
Members earn commissions when their keywords are sold. They earn commission when someone links to a keyword they own, and they earn commissions from all transactions made by members who are sponsored by them.
Phil Basten describes Kule Search as a huge advertising site where people can begin their advertising endeavors with as little s ten bucks. It is also a trading market for Keywords and a Las vegas type game site where people who have no businesses on the net can buy, link to and sell keywords and earn big profits at the same time.
“Watch out” Mr. Basten cautions. “The site is addictive. Once you are in there. No one ever leaves.”
For further information, please visit www.KuleSearch.com