Lijit, the Social media search service for blogs which provides revolutionary search tools and statistics for blog publishers, recently announced that it has secured $3.3 million in Series B funding.
The round was led by Boulder Ventures, who joins existing investors Colorado Fund I, managed by High Country Venture and Brad Feld. The investment is designed to fuel Lijit’s continued exponential growth, as more and more publishers adopt Lijit’s service and technology.
“Lijit provides tangible value to both readers and publishers by delivering highly relevant search results and turning search interactions into compelling statistics”, remarks Peter Roshko, General Partner at Boulder Ventures, who will join Lijit’s Board of Directors.
Lijit’s search service allows readers to search blog publishers’ posts, bookmarks, blogroll, and more from a widget placed on the publisher’s property. Which will be a one point resource to search any published material from a company or individual no matter which/where it is, be it on blogs, portals, Flickr or other social networking sites.
Creating and maintaining a personalized Lijit Search Wijit is very quick and simple, thanks to Lijit’s automated identity and network discovery technology. “Each month Lijit’s search capability is seen over 8 million times on publishing properties across the Internet, which is a testament to the service’s value and ease of use.
Register your blog or site in 3 simple and easy steps:
1. Enter your blog URL to get things started
2. Tell us about the places you create content and we’ll add them into your search engine.
3. you are done – pick your own unique id, grab the code and place the same in your website 🙂
thats it you are done…..
So go and grab your search Wijit code and make your site presence under millions of other sites. Lijit’s even provides search statistics which can be utilized by publishers to better understand what users search for on a particular site when they visit your site.
You can check on how it works from our blog, the search Wijit is placed in the right pannel.