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Pinterest Unveils Guided Search for Mobile Devices

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Pinterest announced a new way for people to discover the social platform's content through "guided search," which presents various categories of things and places to explore based on the original query, in an effort to refine a person's search intent. Pinterest announced a new way for people to discover the social platform's content through "guided search," which presents various categories of things and places to explore based on the original query, in an effort to refine a person's search intent. 0 Comments

Go Beta Tests User-Assisted Directory

Taking a page from the Open Directory, Go is inviting the masses of the web to help manage its directory of web sites. Currently in beta testing, the "Go Guides" program lets anyone participate in the process of categorizing the web. Taking a page from the Open Directory, Go is inviting the masses of the web to help manage its directory of web sites. Currently in beta testing, the "Go Guides" program lets anyone participate in the process of categorizing the web. 0 Comments

Go Beta Tests User-Assisted Directory

Taking a page from the Open Directory, Go is inviting the masses of the web to help manage its directory of web sites. Currently in beta testing, the "Go Guides" program lets anyone participate in the process of categorizing the web. "To date, it has been really successful. We've received amazing topics, real nuggets of gold," said Jennifer Mullin, Go's Director of Search and Navigation. About 500 guides are currently involved in the program, which will go fully public later this month Taking a page from the Open Directory, Go is inviting the masses of the web to help manage its directory of web sites. Currently in beta testing, the "Go Guides" program lets anyone participate in the process of categorizing the web. "To date, it has been really successful. We've received amazing topics, real nuggets of gold," said Jennifer Mullin, Go's Director of Search and Navigation. About 500 guides are currently involved in the program, which will go fully public later this month 0 Comments