I am glad to announce the launch of Quintura Site Search into the U.S. market today and the awarding of the first U.S. patent. We raised a new funding from Mangrove Capital Partners last month to scale the site search business.
Quintura Site Search is a hosted site search, analytics and monetization solution for online content publishers. It provides intuitive, visual-based search and navigation for site visitors.
The websites of consumer magazines, such as Hilary in the U.S. as well as Russian Newsweek and Cosmopolitan in Russia have been the first to implement Quintura’s visual-based search on their websites. So far, more than 1,000 publishers have registered to use Quintura Site Search, which has a monthly audience of 10 million site visitors.
Quintura has been granted the first U.S. patent. The patent is for a search engine graphical interface using maps and images. The patent validates technology based on neural network techniques to improve the contextual accuracy and relevance of search results. We also have several other patents pending.
Check Quintura Site Search out for yourself!
See the announcement on AltSearchEngines.com CNET/Webware and MediaPost.
According to site statistics, AltSearchEngines.com increased search usage by 70% after embedding the Quintura search cloud widget.