SearchMe, the search engine startup which presents search results as a stack of full-page previews that you can flip through, is bringing its ad network out of beta. The Searchme ad platform, which was originally named Ad View when it launched in February, is the visual search engine's version of AdWords, except that instead of selling paid text links, it intersperses ads into results of clickable previews of entire webpages, videos, or other visual advertising.
New Sequoia-backed visual search engine SearchMe launched a bunch of new features today - new video and image search engines as well as a new visual bookmarking tool called stacks. The main new feature, stacks, allows users to bookm... Read Post
Internet, Video, Web services, Search, web 2.0 Visual search engine SearchMe is out of private beta and now has two nifty new features: Media search and stacks. Stacks is a fancy way of saying bookmarks, while Media Search lets you ... Read Post