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Hypnosis Search Engine Added to Working4Me Site




Over to the right of the page you'll see a new tag cloud and search box. This is a Euerkster-powered hypnosis  and NLP search engine, which I will be tuning for the Working4Me site.

How will this be different than other search engines? The difference that will make the difference is that I'm able to tweak this engine to focus on high quality sources of hypnosis and NLP information. Information that you can use. Information that isn't necessarily trying to sell you some product (as I parodied on my April Fool's Day post... hey if we can't poke fun at ourselves then we're taking ourselves too seriously!).

I'm endeavoring to keep the search results focused on the highest-quality sites and blogs out there, filtering out the overly commercial and new age. I understand that there's usually some commercial interest, so that's okay... when I talk about filtering commercial stuff I really mean spam.

If you have suggestions for specific sites that could be included in this search, please let me know in the comments box of this post. Note, if you want to get your blog included, do leave a comment but for now the engine software does not yet provide for promoting specific blogs; currently it will search the entire blogosphere.

On the flip side, if there's a specific site that's problematic in showing up in the results, please contact me so I can investigate.

I hope this proves to be a useful resource as it continues to improve in relevancy.

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I'm not sure I see this search engine near the cloud. Is it the one called swicki?
I would be interested in learning more about it.

Posted by: Steve | Nov 26, 2011 11:39:02 AM

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