Dallas, TX, December 03, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- ZIPskinny.com today announced the launch of Searchzooka.com, an online search aid for frequent users of advanced web search features.
Targeted as an aid to internet users who conduct frequent advanced searches, Searchzooka allows users to create advanced searches and launch them on several search engines and social bookmarking sites with a single mouse click. Sites currently supported include Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask, Digg, Technorati, and Delicious.
Unlike basic searches, advanced searches utilize Boolean operators (such as “and” and “or”) and special parameters (such as “sort by date” or “sort by relevance”) to enable users to find their desired results with greater specificity. Most search engines and social bookmarking sites support advanced searches, but their implementations vary by site. Searchzooka adapts the user’s searches to each website’s specific requirements automatically, saving the user time and effort when searching on more than one search engine.
To assist users in managing their searches, Searchzooka features intuitive organizational tools that allow users to save their searches for future use, organize them into folders, and clone new searches from existing ones.
Searchzooka is free of charge and does not require downloads or user registration.
ZIPskinny.com, Inc., is a privately held company based in Dallas, Texas. Its flagship site, ZIPskinny.com, offers demographic information organized by ZIP code for casual users and has received mention in a variety of blogs and publications, including the New York Times Freakonomics blog.