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When searching on social media networks, it's often difficult to decipher what’s legitimate and what isn’t. However, a new search engine is entering the scene, one that is powered entirely by the Facebook API.

Curaytor organized tens of thousand of conversations from various groups on Facebook about topics such as technology products worth investing in, business tips and companies that should be avoided at all costs. The engine also allows web users with an interest in real estate to find conversations related to housing.

The latest search engine also hand picks its favorite discussions, which will be labeled as “staff picks.” Curaytor also uses a simple tagging system to make groups of conversations on the same topic easily findable.

Curaytor will begin by focusing on the real estate industry, but plans to eventually expand to other topics.

To get a better understanding of the search engine, watch the video below.

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