This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of LeapFish Inc. All opinions are 100% mine.
The evolution of the Internet is here with leapfish, the next generation of web search engine that gives users real-time updates. As seen in the above video, the search engine supports not only real-time updates, but has been designed to adapt with the changes of the web, called “Living the Web”.
Looking for websites that feature multi-media, sharing, blogs, social networks, and communities? This search engine lets you find pages with real-time updates across the sites that actually matter to you. These are sites that most people use on a regular basis, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Hulu, Flickr, Yelp, and Digg, among others.
From a personal stand point, there are a ton of advantages to real-time search. As a writer and news gatherer and reporter, this style of searching the web is much more productive and inductive to finding the most up to date info on a variety of subjects. As a filmmaker, this style of searching lets producers, writers, and directors know exactly what is most popular with real people in real-time. It helps to know what people are talking about. What they are actually interested in. Polls and surveys have always been inaccurate, but now we have a chance to look deeply at what people want.
How do you search the web?