WEBPRONEWS -- Apr 27 -- Multiply.com, a social network launched in March 2004, has introduced an embedded search engine to assist members find content distributed by others within their social network. "If you're planning a vacation to Rome, a search on Multiply may yield a photo album taken by your cousin's neighbor during his vacation, and a blog entry written by your co-worker's nephew when he was backpacking through Europe," according to Peter Pezaris, Multiply's founder and CEO. The search engine considers whether or not the person in your social network is related (wife, sibling) or merely an acquaintance when applying relevance rankings to the query results.
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Mark Brooks: Multiply also has a nice calendar, message board and photos area.