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Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2011 4:44 PM
Subject: A Question
First off, love your site, and mission. You just might already BE the best online rhyming dictionary, though as you said there's still work to do!
Question: Is it possible, or will it be possible soon, to restrict searches by criteria? For example, I can search on all words ending in -al, but can I search for just the two-syllable ones?
Also, just throwing this out there, here's an idea for making it so that everyone leaves your site with an answer. Allow all sorts of search criteria, such as parts of speech, and then (this would be the hard part) by category, like animal, tool, vehicle, etc.
Excellent advice, thank you very much for this information. yes, I am working on every search criteria possible including each you have mentioned. The website is getting amazing traffic, and has exponential growth potential. I am having a hard time finding sponsors for the website which will allow me to work on the website every day, thus, removing the hour a day, couple hours a day development.
The categorized search criteria is actually in the works, been working on it for quite some time, and yes, it is extremely difficult to automate this process. So, in the future, I will actually be relying and hoping for much user activity to categorize this information. Please, tell others, post a link to the website, anything you can to help the growth. Much appreciated, and thank you very much for the email and your advice. It will be more than taken into consideration and used as a guide to how users use the website.
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