Academic Search Engine Knobull Offers Unique Solutions

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BOSTON - BostonChron -- Lynn Bentley, President of Knobull announced, "From the beginning, our focus has been on offering our customers compelling value. We realized that the Web was, and still is, the World Wide Wait. Therefore, we set out to offer customers something they simply could not get any other way, and began serving them with a academic search engine.

We bring students many more learning selections than possible from a commercial search engine and present it in a useful, easy-to-search, and easy-to-browse format. We maintain a dogged focus on improving the academic experience, and in 2021 continue to enhance our e-learning  center with a student news page, learning forum, academic links and student skill building newsletter."

That's where Knobull, the academic search engine with learning skill building tools that emphasizes privacy, enters the picture. The site features include direct links to all facets of the academic process, contact page that provides users with answers to learning questions, a forum to facilitate the exchange of information between students, student focused news and academic search engine service Refseek one click away to support these features. User traffic is expected to explode and this is no coincidence. The company's visibility is expected to skyrocket at several inflection points quickly after seed investment funds are received.

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Bentley continued, "Our expected growth in traffic and exposure reflects the increasing public awareness and growing concern that personal data is not being treated properly online, and our fundamental right to privacy is not being properly respected by many companies. Put simply, people are fed up, and are now doing something about it. They have responded positively to our 'easy switch' campaign!"

What makes Knobull special is how aggressively it promotes privacy when it comes to student's research habits. In addition, the team conducted a user survey with a significant group of students which received a 86% positive response. Making the switch isn't the only thing students should do to protect online privacy, but it's a significant — and cathartic — first step.

Bentley concluded, "We are capturing a new niche in the massive mobile promotion market. For example, if a student searches for a research source, they are directed to top ranked, non-commercial sources without the use of information about the individual. In fact, since Knobull does not collect any personal information, we do not even have the concept of search histories."

Source: Knobull Inc.
Filed Under: Internet, Knobull.com

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