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INNOVATIVE INTERNATIONAL WEB SEARCH ENGINE LAUNCHES IN AU ON THE 12/12/2012 Kiss International Search Service Ltd (www.kissit2.com)

                                                                  Soon to be called hoorar 

An exciting new Web Search Engine is to be launched in Broken Hill and it will change the way we work with words. Kiss International Search Service Ltd, which Stands for Keep It Simple Searching Internet Technology, is a search engine that will number each word in the world to prevent confusion when words have two or more meanings. Effectively, this will mean a faster, more efficient, more effective, and more user-friendly search engine than has ever been available before. The Hoorar Search Engine solves the problem of finding relevant information, quickly. This issue has yet to be overcome by existing major search engines. The website is running at test at www.kissit2.com and will be completed by 12 December 2012. Then the web address will move to www.hoorar.co

The existing problem is that many words have a number of meanings. This can cause problems when looking for information using words that are pronounced the same, but have completely different meanings.

Website developer & entrepreneur Ross Bendall says, “It is very frustrating and time consuming to find more than 2,880,000 hits for your search on Google and not find exactly what you are looking for. My objective is to simplify language for everybody”.

How it works Kiss International Search Service Ltd’s system proposes the answer to this frustrating, time-consuming problem with the new (hoorar) system. The website will be able to tell the difference between the colour gold, and gold the metallic element, as its purpose-built Dictionary will have a number after each word to determine it from another. This will tag every word (initially in English and then every other language) to provide an exact definition of its meaning. The Service will be employing data-entry people on a sub-contractual basis to add advertisements, while those with tertiary degrees in English have already constructed and will continue to oversee and validate Dictionary content.

Example: Gold ,1 (the metallic element) Gold ,2 (the colour). Under the KISSIT system, a person using the Internet dictionary to look up “gold” will find Gold,1 listed as the metallic element and Gold,2 as the colour. Similarly, Rose,1 is the plant and Rose,2 is listed as the flower. Therefore, a person looking for a “golden-coloured rose”, would type in Gold,2 Rose,2.

It will require visiting the Internet dictionary first before going to the search engine, but this will save time in the long run as users will be directed to the exact meaning they are looking for. Market research confirms this will be an valuable resource for Lawyers, Government Departments, students, writers and English as a second language learners.