Social Search Firm Eurekster Gets $5.5 Milion Second Round


Eurekster, the social search site based in San Francisco, has receive $5.5 million in its second round of funding. The round was led by Technology Venture Partners of Australia and Transcosmos Investments of Japan with the participation of the private investors from first round. The proceeds will help in global expansion, the company said.
The company sells its Swicki platform to other media companies and sites which use it for community-driven search on their end. Customers include, Popular Science and Pittsburgh Live, among others. Funding release.
An explanation of the company’s technology and other competitors in this space here.

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