Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — In what could best be described as a marriage between folly and functionality, people search web site Search-Pirate.com was launched this week to provide users with a one-of-a-kind people searching experience.
Once users visit Search-Pirate.com, they will immediately notice a very non-traditional looking people search site. Most notably, absent are the common corporate themed designs of most people search web sites. In their places, Search-Pirate.com has created a unique pirate-themed people search web site complete with pirate themed graphics, interactive elements and text in “pirate speak.”
According to Search-Pirate.com founder Mark Kellogg, the site’s innovative design is meant to bring joy to the often dull world of people searching. “Our goal is to make searching for a loved one or someone from your past a more lively and, dare I say, fun activity,” states Kellogg.
Aside from the site’s pirate theme, Search-Pirate.com differs from most people search web sites in its search technology. Instead of taking data from a single source to conduct a people search, Search-Pirate.com allows users to compare results for free from multiple pre-screened and tested people search web sites all within a fun and whimsical interface.
“Most people search web sites won’t give you access to any sort of results unless you pay first. At Search-Pirate.com, not only can you compare preview results from multiple sites, you can do so for free,” adds Kellogg.
People search web sites featured on Search-Pirate.com have been screened to eliminate spam sites and focus on sites that meet numerous requirements including high visitor rates, low complaint numbers, service affordability and accurate data set.
“We are not out to waste the consumer’s time and therefore we are very picky about which sites we feature on Search-Pirate.com. We only use providers with high customer service marks and deep, as well as accurate, data sets,” states Kellogg.
For more information on Search-Pirate.com, visit http://www.search-pirate.com.