There are many kind of search engines such as Web Page search, Image Search, Blog Search, Product search, Group Search, Usenet search and even people search. Twing is a brand new search engine. But Why? Why do we need Twing search engine? To enlighten that matter we need to know what Twing is all about. As a full time web developer and part time blog writing job it’s always been my activity to be very busy with public PHP, ASP.NET and many other forums. Forums are discussion boards to find out your answers and at the same time share your answers to the large community of Individuals. I’ve seen forums and boards containing 1 million users and hundreds of thousands posts. Now it can give you a real hard time if you want to find suitable topics of your interest. Well this is where Twing breaks the ice.
Twing is a forum content and topics search engine that can smoothen your daily need to search on forums around the globe. Yes I know Google does covers the overall search but if you need to search inside forum topics specifically, it wont be that easy with Google. Twing is designed in the manner of Web 2.0 standards and presents the search results in a friendly manner. Even thought it’s beta and there might be issues that needed to be resolved, Twing is providing a clean clear representation of forum topic search, a forum directory and a buzz page where you can find what glitters around the globe. Twing has personalized options for a registered user.
- Advanced Search Results Refinement
- Search by Posts, Topic or Forum
- Categorized directory of Forums
- Search by Forum popular keywords, as a Web 2.0 feature
- Community Buzz or what’s cooking around the web
Twing is a swiss army knife for anyone who spend time on discussion boards and forums regularly. For developers and web enthusiasts it’s a prime research tool. You can find more feature details at their Features page, plus if you like you can sign-up for free to have your own stuff at Twing. Personally I think there will be much more feature packed within near future at Twing.