Not sure this site will gain the status Google has for people on the street to start saying ‘Soovle it’ when a question is asked, but this site does have some intrigue for finding hot topics on multiple Search Engines all at once.
Soovle combines the suggest tool for up to 15 different Search Engines and retrieves results on the fly as you type the key phrase in the search field.Â It, of course, defaults to Google as the primary search suggest tool.
They call themselves “a customizable search tool”, the customization portion of this tool is the ability to select your own Search Engines to pull suggestions from and then one other interesting customization … your logo.
The additional screenshot to the left shows you an example of how you can set Soovle up to look as though it is your own search suggest tool for clients. They have made this customization quite simple as long as you know the exact URL to your logo image they will do the rest and provide you a URL you can use.Â There is a link in the upper right hand corner called ‘secrets’, click here and go to the third option to integrate your logo.
Outside of the custom stuff they have incorporated a top internet keywords for the current day, in alphabetical format and listing which Search Engines that relates to for each phrase.Â Great way to get a quick snapshot of the day in Search.Â To access this information click on the star icon with the word TOP in the upper left hand side of the screen.Â NOTE: the options in the upper left side of this site will disappear if you add your own logo.
You can also save a permalink for any research you have done.Â Say you are using this tool to do some keyword research brainstorming and found a great listing from the suggest results.Â There is a permalink button in the upper right hand corner that will save this information and provide you a URL to copy and paste or save to your bookmarks for future use.Â Or better yet, you can drag any of the results to their own ‘saved suggestions’ tool in the upper left hand corner (designated by a book icon).
What I didn’t like was that you have to play with the tool to figure out it’s usefulness, there is no section that just tells you what it is and why you should incorporate it into your busy life. They do have a link to their blog that gives you updates on new functions of the site.Â Even just a tagline would have been helpful.
Go play with it, come back and give me your personal feedback on the use of this tool …