We’re launching Twingly.com in private beta

Today we launch a next-generation blog search engine at Twingly.com. Participate in the invite-only beta by getting invited or signing up at beta.twingly.com. So what’s cool with the new Twingly.com?

Spam free, social search
Twingly takes a zero-spam approach to blog search using an algorithmically expanding white list instead of the traditional blacklist. Powerful moderation tools allows us to win the fight against spam by one-click removal of clusters of tens of thousands of spam blogs. Fat tail manual moderation yields quality input to long tail algorithmic filtering.

Social search features allows users to share quality content with each other and the community as a whole.

Powerful search language and tech plan Digg

Twingly provides the world’s most powerful search language for blogs, where search filters can be combined in new ways.

But we’re not done by far! Participate in voting on our tech plan by signing up for the beta. JSON api? OPML import or APML export? Help us decide what’s next!

Techcrunch post is here and Techcrunch UK here.

11 thoughts on “We’re launching Twingly.com in private beta

  1. ugugu April 2, 2008 / 7:47 pm

    so far nothing bad to report about 😉

  2. UnderTheBridge April 3, 2008 / 8:28 am

    Is there somewhere beta users should be directing responses to the site? I’ll just leave mine here. Everything looks and works great other than if lets say I clicked on a search result that I had to scroll down to see. When I hit the back button I will be at the top of my search page again and not where I left it. Having the site automatically scroll back down to where the user last was would be a great help in reminding them what blog they just visited and would remove a major annoyance.

  3. Neil Duckett April 3, 2008 / 9:42 am

    Looks good from the few minutes i’ve spent mooching around … will keep looking, good luck with it!

  4. Anton April 3, 2008 / 10:53 am

    Thanks for the respons everybody!

    @UnderTheBridge: we’re working on it! I think Oskar put up a “Feedback”- page later today. But thanks for the feedback, here’s good too!

  5. Sunil April 6, 2008 / 9:50 am


    I just saw you on Techcrunch.

  6. nikogaug April 7, 2008 / 11:08 am

    Great idea. Now, Good service like does not exist in French.
    I hope that your service will be the good one. Good Luke ! From France 😉

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