TheStreet.com launches financial blog search engine

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TheStreet.com Inc., provider of financial commentary, analysis, research, news and ratings, announced the launch of StockBlogr, the first blog search engine devoted to accessing the top financial blogs on the Internet.

Searchers will be given results for blogs that offer investment advice, information about specific stocks and trading strategies.

StockBlogr posts are available in real time at www.thstreet.com and www.stockpickr.com.

A StockBlogr search returns the most relevant blog posts related to the search text (for example, "GOOG" or "Cramer") as well as links to relevant portfolios held by the professional investors tracked at Stockpickr.com and relevant videos from any of the major online financial video sites, the company claims.

TheStree.com hopes to increase visitors to its network of sites while delivering robust research options to users of the tool.

The reason StockBlogr stands out from other search engines currently available online is that it provides users with exactly what they want within this specific niche on time, all the time in an environment where they don't have to weed through clutter to find what they are looking for, the company claims.

TheStreet.com delivers blog posts as a door into the financial blogosphere via its Daily Blogwatch column and from blogs by Jim Cramer and Jim "Rev Shark" DePorre.

StockBlogr improves the Company's ability to continue to share its expertise and command of the financial blogosphere through the thoughtfully selected compilation of content within the tool.

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