OneRiot is a unique take on search – one which helps users stay on top of information that is immediately relevant to today’s conversations and discussions.
Traditional search engines treat the Web like a library, often returning results from highly-referenced, dependable resources such as Wikipedia. While these results are undoubtedly authoritative, they do not necessarily reflect what people are talking about right now in relation to any particular topic.
A search for “Obama” on a traditional search engine is likely to bring up a Wikipedia page, or the official Democrat Party Web site. The same search on OneRiot is likely to bring up a YouTube video from a speech he gave this morning, or a blog post that commentators are buzzing about right now.
“The OneRiot community – a group of more than 2 million people – share what’s important to them as they surf. They help us find the freshest stuff to read or watch in relation to any search query.” said Kimbal Musk, CEO of OneRiot.
OneRiot is a social search engine that finds the pulse of the Web. Search with OneRiot to find the news, videos and products that people are talking about right now in relation to your search query.