Monday, January 9th, 2006

egoSurf: background searching to stroke your ego

Category: LiveSearch, Showcase

<p>egoSurf is going after the people that Google themselves. You can admit it!

It does a nice job of running searches in the background, and constantly letting you know where you stand, and the progress.

At the end of the job, it even comes up with Flash dials to give you a context to your “ego points” which don’t mean much as a number.

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:56 am
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[...] We got a rather nice mention on Ajaxian today (which has sent traffic through the roof). Dion Almer makes a good point that egoPoints don’t mean much on their own – the gauge does some context but I’m thinking that we might need a bit more…… [...]

Pingback by egoSurfers » Blog Archive » Ajaxian Post — January 9, 2006

Now that’s a site I’m going to use almost daily, as egomaniac as I am.

*giggle* Good link, thanks.

Comment by Sugar — January 9, 2006

What’s Your EgoSurf Score?

I’ve just been trying out EgoSurf, a really simple service that helps you inflate you ego to epic proportions – brilliant! Just type in your name and blog URL and – voila! – you’ll see just how popular your really are. And if you want …

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Pingback by La brujula verde » egoSurf calcula tu nivel de narcisismo — January 9, 2006

hahaha, now this is a nice site… i got +3500 points… OMG, i’m popular!!!

LOL…

Comment by Allan Rojas — January 9, 2006

EgoSurf – What is your score?

Pete Cashmore and Ajaxion pointed me to EgoSurf tonight. They also provide search histories in RSS 2.0.
You enter your name and your blogs web address. We search google and find links to your blog. We calculate your ego ranking.

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