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Nov
2008

How to find information about people in the Internet

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Internet is a big box containing all kinds of information. One of the first things we do once we “discover” the true power of this means is look for every kind of data connected to our-self, our friends, relatives, wife, ex-wife, girlfriends etc. The only issue is that Internet has got so much information, that most of the time it is really impossible to find what  we are really looking for among its millions of pages.

123people.com is a wonderful search engine which lets you find information about friends, relatives, celebrities and everyone else on the Internet. The real and exciting news here is that you won’t need to scrutinize every single bit of data to get what  you need. As a matter of fact 123people.com selects the most important and relevant information about the person you typed in its search box, showing  everything in an ordered  and tidy “record-card”. Here is a list of its most important features:

  • You can add information to every single search result.
  • You can get the following information: photos, videos, phone numbers, email addresses, weblinks, tagcloud, social network profiles, biographies, Instant Messenger, Microblogs, Blogs, news, documents.
  • It shows you the source where the info was retrieved.
  • 123people.com is also available as browser toolbar.

Reading from the website: “123people is an Internet people search tool. 123people helps you to find information about friends, relatives, celebrities and everyone else on the Internet. The search results are presented in a structured way for optimal usability and encompass results from traditional search engines, as well as pictures, videos, email addresses and phone numbers. In addition, you will find social network profiles, Blog entries, relevant documents, instant messenger IDs, news and Amazon results.”




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