Twinword Finder

Posts and articles tagged with the twinword finder tag.

September 8, 2015
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A Trick To Researching

Everyone of us has done research at least once in our life. I am not even talking about strictly Internet research. Even way before the World Wide Web was invented, people have done traditional research, skimming through piles of books and resources physically. In the Internet age, we are privileged to be able […]
August 28, 2015
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Are You Friends With CTRL + F?

Did you know that you can utilize the keyboard shortcut CTRL + F to execute a find-on-page search? If you do, give yourself a pat on the back. While many of you may roll your eyes and think that “Come on, who doesn’t know that!”, you will be surprised that statistics proved […]
August 28, 2015
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Growth Hacking: Targeting Users Of Similar Chrome Extensions Or App

Are you finished with your Chrome Extension or App? Is it in the Chrome Web Store? Okay, now how do you get others to see how great your app is? The following is a quick practical guide to only a single way to expose your app. There are other ways like utilizing […]
August 25, 2015
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What Is Semantic Search?

Technology has changed the way we live forever. Like it or not, it is no longer a choice but a mandatory “keep up or get eliminated”. There are countless tools and applications on the internet to help us work smart and increase productivity. Thanks to big data (refer to my previous post: […]
August 21, 2015
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[Press Release] Twinword Finder

Twinword Inc. 3003 North 1st Street, Suite 221 San Jose, CA 95134 USA [email protected]   Twinword Inc. Releases Productivity Search Tool For Chrome Browser San Jose, CA: Twinword Inc., a big data venture specializing in Natural Language Processing (NLP) has released Chrome extension: Twinword Finder. This browser search tool reads web pages by understanding searcher […]
August 18, 2015
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What Is Missing In Your Search?

The purpose of your search is simple: getting what you want. Despite this simplicity, the process can be very complicated. First of all, when we search, we usually look for words that are most familiar to us. For example, when we want information about “killer”, we do not immediately take into consideration […]