Social Searcher is a powerful social media search engine that allows users to search for content on social networks in real-time. It also provides deep analytics data to see how your content is performing and make changes accordingly.
Its premium features include saving social mentions History, exporting data, API integration, advanced analytics, and immediate email notifications. The original site, www.facebook-search.com, was created in June 2010 and migrated to www.social-searcher.com in May 2011 because Google changed its domain naming policy.
In February 2012, the "Social Searcher" Android app was released to support searches in all languages and filter results by country, which can be very helpful for users trying to sort through search results by date and number of likes. Social Searcher for Android was recently selected as the "App of the Week for Journalists" by Journalism UK and was also named the "Best New Mashup" of March on Programmable Web.
In June 2012, Social Searcher underwent a design update, and new Twitter, Google+, Myspace, and LinkedIn Search pages became available. In addition to these improvements, Social Searcher launched "Social Leaks" - a collection of leaks from various social networks that exposes privacy issues on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.
Social Searcher is constantly improving its search engine by adding new features and expanding its social media reach. With Social Searcher, you'll have everything you need to ensure your social media presence is on point.
Social Searcher collects a variety of consumer data, including:
Personal information such as name, age, date of birth, gender, email address, and physical address.
Social Media Data include profile information and posts from social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Contact Information such as mailing address, email address, phone number, etc.
Location Information such as current city and state, previous cities and states lived in, etc.
Employment history includes current employer, previous employers, job titles, etc.
Educational History, such as colleges attended, degrees earned, etc.
Social Searcher collects consumer data in a variety of ways, including:
Directly from consumers: Consumers may provide their personal information, social media data, contact information, location information, employment history, and educational History directly to Social Searcher when they sign up for an account or fill out a form on the website.
From social media platforms: Social Searcher collects social media data from platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn when consumers connect their accounts to Social Searcher or grant the platform permission to access their data.
From third-party sources: Social Searchers may collect consumer data from third-party sources like public records databases, marketing firms, and research organizations.
Social Searcher uses consumer data in a variety of ways, including:
To provide and improve its services: Social Searcher uses consumer data to provide its services and improve its quality. For example, Social Searcher may use consumer data to customize the search results shown to a particular user or create new features and functionality.
To advertise and market its services: Social Searcher uses consumer data to deliver targeted advertising and marketing messages to consumers. For example, Social Searcher may use a consumer's location information to show them ads for businesses in their area.
To research and develop new products and services: Social Searcher uses consumer data to research and develops new products and services. For example, Social Searcher may use consumer data to study social media usage trends or develop new platform features.
To contact consumers: Social Searcher may use consumer data to contact consumers for a variety of reasons, including customer service, account management, and marketing. For example, Social Searcher may use a consumer's email address to send them information about new features or special offers.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and Data Protection Act (DPA) all grant consumers certain rights concerning their data. These include:
The right to know what data is being collected about them.
The right to access their data.
The right to have their data deleted.
The right to opt-out of the sale of their data.
The right to receive equal service and prices, even if they exercise their privacy rights.
If you would like to request the deletion of your data, you can contact at:
A1 Social Searcher GmbH
Address: Adolfstraße 1, 65185 Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany
You can also email them at: info@Social-Searcher.com.
They will respond to your request within 30 days. Please note that they may need to retain some of your data for legal or business purposes. For example, they may need to retain data to comply with their legal obligations, resolve disputes, or enforce agreements.