– A Real Time Search Engine

Scoopler.comHas Twitter changed because of the new influx of users after recent events (Kutcher vs. CNN, Oprah’s live tweet…)? Some might say that yes, it has changed.

A good way to figure that out would be conducting a search of hot trends and see if these have swayed recently. That is, if people are tweeting about topics that have nothing to do with the topics that characterized Twitter beforehand, then we should sit down and analyze such a phenomenon minutely.

If you want to set about doing that, you might as well resort to this new search engine. It goes by the name of Scoopler, and it will empower you to conduct real time searches. Using it, you will be able to organize content shared on the Internet right as it is happening. Needless to say, this information takes into account not only Twitter but also services such as Flickr, Delicious and Digg.

I think we all agree that resources such as this one are already a mainstay of the WWW, and they have assumed that position in a short span indeed. Everything changes so rapidly that we do need to track developments as they take shape. This site turns that into an effortless task. In Their Own Words

“Scoopler is a real-time search engine. We aggregate and organize content being shared on the internet as it happens, like eye-witness reports of breaking news, photos and videos from big events, and links to the hottest memes of the day. We do this by constantly indexing live updates from services including Twitter, Flickr, Digg, Delicious and more. When you search for a topic on Scoopler, we give you the most relevant results, updated in real-time.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

Such a solution plays out a role that is becoming more and more indispensable: the tracking of trends on the social web.

Some Questions About

Are there any refinement options available when it comes to executing a search itself?