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A New Search Engine for K-8

July 5, 2010

Sweet Search For Me (http://www.sweetsearch4me.com) is a new search engine specifically designed for k-8 students. While there have been many other search engines specifically geared for elementary school students  Sweetsearch4me is taking a more focused approach. Here is an explanation taken directly from their site:

“SweetSearch4Me searches only Web sites that our staff of research experts, librarians and teachers have evaluated and approved as high-quality content appropriate for young users. Only the best sites directed at elementary school students are included, and many of the results on the first page were created exclusively for kids. SweetSearch4Me was released in beta in late June 2010. We plan to spend the summer further evaluating and fine-tuning its results, and will formally release it in September 2010.”

The website seems to be promising. I did some test searches and was happy with the results that I received. The site also uses YOLINK services. This is a very unique approach to Internet searching and research. I was recently introduced to YOLINK. I will be testing it over the next couple of weeks. I hope to share my results in a blog posting shortly.

I would be happy to hear your opinions of this new search engine.


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One Response to A New Search Engine for K-8

  1. Mark Moran on July 6, 2010 at 12:49 am

    Doug, thank you for this kind review, and for soliciting feedback about SweetSearch4Me. We’ve found a way to make high-quality sites created for kids show up prominently on the first page. We’re one of the few search engines with the audacity to believe humans can organize information better than technology-driven algorithms can. We’d love to hear from your readers what other sites they think should be included.

    Here’s an explanation of how we created SweetSearch and SweetSearch4Me.


    Mark Moran
    Dulcinea Media

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