Dogpile Launches Enhanced Metasearch Platform with IntelliFind Technology

Nov 12, 2004

Dogpile, a metasearch engine that delivers results from search engines, has announced enhancements to its metasearch platform. Dogpile's new IntelliFind technology uses query intelligence in an effort to assess the likely intent behind every entered query. IntelliFind is designed to extend Dogpile metasearch beyond engines such as Google, Yahoo!, and AskJeeves to pull relevant results from a variety of vertical content sources such as white pages, news, audio, video, and images. Results from these content sources are reported at the top of results pages, above the Web search results. Building on this functionality, Dogpile also today announced new vertical content partnerships with and Singingfish. Throughout 2005, Dogpile plans to continue to add content sources not previously available through Web search engines, including specialized information on specific product categories, yellow pages content, movies, entertainment, and more.