BagBunch Launches First Handbag Search Engine
’BAGBUNCH SEARCH’ POWERED BY GOOGLE TECHNOLOGY
Plymouth, UK, Sept 15, 2008 - BagBunch.com, a leading online handbag magazine, today announced the launch of its niche purse search engine that aims to ease bag shopper’s experience online by providing a search engine focused on handbags.
The handbag Search Engine is available at http://bagbunch.com/search/ and has been simply named ’BagBunch Search’. It is powered by Google technology and is programmed to search BagBunch’s list of top handbag websites before looking elsewhere on the net.
BagBunch Search has the power to search the entire internet but focuses on its list of top handbag websites and other web-pages about bag fashion. This helps prevent irrelevant and spam sites appearing in the results allowing bag shoppers and purse fashion addicts to find what they want more quickly than a traditional Google search.
The BagBunch Search Engine is part of a wider movement of topic-specific search (also known as vertical search) which is promising to give people a superior search experience by allowing users to search specific sub-sections of the internet.
“Broad-based search engines are extremely good at navigating vast amounts of information, but extremely poor at helping a consumer make a purchase decision,” said Niki Scevak, a JupiterResearch analyst. “This creates a large opportunity to enhance the consumer experience with vertical search,” added Scevak.
Priority handbag sites in the BagBunch Search Engine include baghaus.com, bagsnob.com, luxist.com, purseblog.com, bagbunch.com and many others. Other sites which discuss handbags that wish to be included should contact BagBunch.
BagBunch (http://bagbunch.com) was launched in early 2008 and is establishing itself as one of the top online magazines discussing handbag trends and fashion. The site has seen continued growth month-on-month and has fresh articles everyday including spotlights on designer purses and the latest handbag fashion news.
Founded in 1998 by Stanford Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google today is a top web property in all major global markets creating innovative search technologies that connect millions of people around the world with information every day. For more information, visit www.google.com.
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