Will You Like Jelly? There’s a New Search Engine

jellyfishThis month a new player stepped out onto the field.  A new search engine meets social app that wants to help you help others and help others help you.  It’s called Jelly and it’s not just some run of the mill search start-up created by some guy in his basement.  No, Jelly was created by Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter and has some big backers.  I’ll tell you all about it in today’s video.

In addition to Jelly, Bing has made some impressive updates, Google went on a little rampage, and both Bing is offering a cool, new translation app.  Watch the video below to find out more.

“Happy New Year! I’m Kurt Steinbrueck with OurChurch.com with this month’s SEO update…” You can find the full transcription, at “Bing Gets Smarter While Jellyfish Begin Their Takeover

Video summary:

  • Bing upgrades Satori with lots of new info and features.
  • Bing releases a Speach Translation app.
  • Google takes down some blog networks.
  • Google looks to create Hotel View.
  • A Co-founder of Twitter launches “Jelly” *

* Correction: In the video I state that Jelly is from Twitter.  It isn’t.  Jelly was created by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone and is backed by Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams, venture capital investor Reid Hoffman, as well as U2 frontman Bono and former Vice President of the United States Al Gore.  Jelly isn’t a release of Twitter.

Tell Us What You Think:

  • Do you think you’ll try Jelly?
  • Would you find Bing’s Translation app helpful?

Kurt Steinbrueck is the Director of Marketing Services with OurChurch.Com. He also serves on the leadership of Family of Christ Lutheran Church in Tampa, FL. You can find him on Google+ as .

7 Responses to “Will You Like Jelly? There’s a New Search Engine”

  1. I just stick to one search engine as I can only manage a few social media engagement. Maybe if it offers something different, I might try it.

  2. very interesting. Let's see, if the new service will become important

  3. Paul Schaecker Jan 23, 2014 at 4:52 am

    Thanks for the article, I'm going to try it.

  4. greatpoetrymhf Jan 25, 2014 at 12:55 pm

    Thank you for the updates…..I love learning here

  5. Patricia Mellin Jan 30, 2014 at 1:09 am

    Great article. Thanks. Jelly is a new way to search and it´s fun. Let´s see what will happen.

  6. Thanks a lot for sharing this. I'll give Jelly a try because it is intriguing and seems like a great alternative to the current search engines that we have.

  7. Hey, thanks for posting the video! I'll check Jelly out. It piqued my interest. Sounds like such a good search engine.