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Dec 08

People Search for the Holidays

by Patrick • December 8, 2011

Inside Spokeo, People Search

Spokeo Mariah CareyIf you’ve recently spent some time in a grocery store, mall or dentist’s chair, there’s a good chance that this song has been ominously blasting its aural poison from the speakers. I know it’s driving you crazy, but plug your ears and hang in there: the holidays are here!

The holidays are the time of year where we give (and receive) presents, spend valuable time with loved ones, and eat a truly shameful amount of sugar cookies baked in the shape of Christmas trees. It’s also a time where we reconnect with family and friends we may have lost touch with during the course of the year.

That’s where Spokeo comes in. Large numbers of our subscribers use Spokeo’s people search technology to find information on loved ones and friends during the holidays. We offer a few different kinds of searches:

1. Name Search (e.g. ‘Santa Claus’). Remember: you can add city and state too if you want to narrow it down.
2. Email Search (e.g. ‘santaclaus@northpole.gov‘)
3. Phone Search (e.g., ‘555-123-4567′)
4. Username Search (e.g. ‘SantaClaus99′)

To perform a search, simply go to our main page and type in the name, email address, phone number or online username into the search bar and hit enter; our site immediately identifies which kind of lookup you are performing and generates a full report within seconds. Do you want to send out Christmas cards to your out-of-state cousins but don’t know their address? No problem – enter their first and last name or phone number and you’ll have their address faster than you can say “ten lords a-leaping.” Not sure what to get your friend for a gift? Search his email address to check out his Amazon wishlist – hmm, Mariah Carey‘s Christmas album it is, then!

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