This will let you narrow down your results by the above plus relationship and language.
Premium members will have access to additional search filters including groups, company size, years of experience, and more.
Updates seem to be a day behind, but they will continue to trickle through when you click the play button at the top right of the results.
Addictomatic Addictomatic creates a topic page for searches using results from Bing, Google Blog Search, Twitter, You Tube, Flickr, Word Press, and other search & social sources.
If you’re looking for documents, e Books, presentations, or other similar file types, try the following searches.
Doc Jax Doc Jax allows you to search for free e Books and other documents.
I say attempts because my test searches seemed to be more from the last six months, but it’s still better than getting results from six years ago.
Who’s Talkin Who’s Talkin is another social search engine that will let you filter results by various networks under blogs, news, videos, images, and more. Use this search engine to find results specifically on forums.
Twitter Search Twitter’s Advanced Search is a great way to find better results on Twitter.
It is especially great for businesses looking for a local audience by allowing them to filter their results using the field.
Linked In Job Search Linked In offers job seekers an Advanced Job Search to find jobs using the above information plus experience level and industry.
Premium members can narrow their search down further by the salary offered.
To start off our search adventure, let’s look at some general search engines beyond the top three. Duck Duck Go prides themselves as being the search engine that does not track or personalize your searches and results.