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No. If you wish to use blekko to search, you don’t need an account. If you wish to create your own slashtags, see SEO data, mark websites as spam, or see your Facebook /likes data, then you will need to … Continue reading
No. You can use the site without logging in with Facebook or connecting your Facebook account to your blekko account.
Adding /Facebook to your query will bring up comments from your Facebook friends related to the search query. If there are no comments from your friends or you have not linked your blekko account to your Facebook account, you will … Continue reading
/likes is a private slashtag made up of your likes and your friends’ likes that is created when you connect your account to Facebook. Blekko pulls information from Facebook about the sites that you and your friends have liked and … Continue reading
No. /likes is a private slashtag made up of your likes and your friend’s likes that is created when you connect your account to Facebook. You must be logged in to see your /likes. While no one else can see … Continue reading
The discuss on Facebook section shows comments from your friends related to the search query. If there are no comments from your friends or you have not linked your blekko account to your Facebook account, you will see public posts … Continue reading
The sites in your /likes slashtag are populated when you connect your blekko account to your Facebook account. When you do this, you give blekko permission to access your likes data and the likes data of your Facebook friends. blekko … Continue reading
Yes. Click on the link to “share” on the top bar. Click on “like” to like the search result on Facebook.
Yes, you can. Be careful though. If you created your account through Facebook, you might lose access to the account if you disconnect from Facebook. To make sure you can continue to use your blekko account, verify that you have … Continue reading
No. When you login with Facebook, we set a username for you based on your Facebook username. Unfortunately this cannot be changed. If you wish to choose your blekko username, you will need to create your own blekko account and … Continue reading