Clickworkplace.com has launched, with a goal to eliminate as much wilfing as possible. Yeah, we'd never heard of wilfing until now either. It's an acronym verb meaning "What Was I Looking For?"
According to a study, aimless web browsing is taking up time of as many as 2/3 of all of Britain's nearly 34 million Internet users. Clickworkplace.com is meant to more efficiently search for company-specific items."The service comprises of your own company branded search engine; powered by one of the main search providers on the web meaning that the search experience is uncompromised. Put simply the advertising revenue derived from search activity on your own search engine is distributed back to your business each month. So wilfing at work can actually become profitable for your business," said the new company in its inaugural press release. Read the full release here.
By Eric Raby
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