PeekYou.com is a search engine for people. It covers just the whole world, and it lets you find people by criteria such as name, interests, work, school and plenty more. And it lets you do it for free.
In order to use PeekYou, all you have to do is to pick the country that you want to focus your search on (or leave that space blank in case you just have no idea where the person might be located), and then supply what information you happen to have. The more you know about the person the better, obviously. But the way Peek You works, you’ll still be able to get some pretty good results if you only have the person’s name, and a basic idea of what he does for a living.
And just in case it helps, the site includes the most popular searches on its homepage. And the top searches for the last 24 hours are also highlighted there.
I don’t know how useful that can turn out to be or not. What’s surely useful is the index of common names that you can read on this page. And the search analytics that are advertised here (the “PeekAnalytics”) are something that businessmen will find really handy. These will them understand how audiences connect with brand names in a much faster way. This service comes at a cost, but you can try it for free if you’ve got an audience of 20,000 members or less. Check the rates that apply here.
PeekYou.com In Their Own Words
“A PeekYou profile helps other people find your websites, social-networking pages, photos, or anything else about you online. You can also create a profile for friends or relatives to ensure that they may also be easily found online.”
Why PeekYou.com It Might Be A Killer
PeekYou is definitely easy to use. Just punch in a name and results are unearthed immediately. PeekYou will even autosuggest last names. Refining your search is equally easy. There’s nothing complicated about it.
Some Questions About PeekYou.com
Although PeekYou claims to house over 50 million profiles, some of their info is either wrong or non-existent. What will they do about it?