I have to admit that until yesterday I had not heard of Blekko, a search engine somewhat different from what we are used to, but which has very pleasantly surprised me to see that we can filter the results in a more comfortable and intuitive way usual.
The first thing we see when entering the web is that they encourage us to separate with a slash / the different criteria or subcategories we want to find, typing for example technology / blogs / to get a list of articles from technology blogs.
In addition to this, there are some words already predefined like date that allow us to see the results in chronological order or youtube to directly search for videos in the well-known portal.
Although this in itself sounds interesting, Blekko goes a little further since we provides very important SEO information of each link that we find, being able to see statistics of the webs that link us with quite detailed graphics.
Or if we want to do searches using the knowledge of other users, the web has social functions with which we can share with the rest of the world the searches we want, something very useful for people who still have a little trouble finding the right terms.
In summary, Blekko It is an excellent looking project that is worth visiting at least once, especially those of you who are already a little tired of the usual search engines or who want to have another tool in your arsenal. Be that as it may, here is his presentation video in case you want to understand a little better how it works.
Goes | Mashable