Have you ever been interested in a trend that has been going around on social media?

Or are you interested in knowing what is going around about you on social media?

What you need is something called Social Searcher.

What is Social Searcher?

Continue reading this review on Your Average Marketer to find out more.

What is Social Searcher?

Social Searcher is a free-to-use search engine that allows you to monitor social media and social network platforms through Social Searcher’s dashboard.

These social platforms include YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Google Plus just to name a few.

There is just one thing.

Social Searcher only accepts euros for their paid plans (€).

I bring this up because the majority of my readers are from the United States, which means that unless you can exchange the currency, you can’t purchase one of their paid plans.

What’s in it for You?

“Why Social Searcher?” “Why even use a social platform search engine in the first place?”

Two things that you might be asking yourself.

First of all, it allows you to keep track of trends, hashtags, and users and people across social media and social network platforms.

If you are interested in a topic, trend, hashtag, or person, then you can see the activity around that media across different social platforms.

If you are on social media, it allows you to keep track of your integrity and engagement across social platforms.

How Much Does Social Searcher Cost?

As we said, the platform is completely free to use.

There are paid plans that you can sign up for if you want more functionality out of Social Searcher.

You can sign up for a free 14-day trial of the Standard plan if you are interested. (I cover what the Standard plan is soon)

The Free plan is, well, free. From this plan, you get…

  • 100 searches per day
  • 2 email alerts

The first paid plan is the Basic plan. For 3.49 €/mo at the time of writing this review, you get…

  • 200 searches per day
  • 3 email alerts
  • 3 monitorings
  • 3000 saved posts per month

The second paid plan is the Standard plan. For 8.49 €/mo at the time of writing this review, you get everything from the Basic plan and…

  • 400 searches per day
  • 5 email alerts
  • 5 monitorings
  • 20,000 saved posts per month

The third and final paid plan is the Professional plan. For 19.49 €/mo at the time of writing this review, you get everything from the previous two plans and…

  • 800 searches per day
  • 10 email alerts
  • 10 monitorings
  • 100,000 saved posts per month

Would I Recommend Social Searcher?

If you are looking for a free and easy to use search engine to find information about topics across several social media and social network platforms, then Social Searcher is for you.

Why do I say this?

Let me run you through the pros and cons that I have listed in this review.


  • You can use the platform completely free
  • Free 14 day trial of one of the paid plans
  • Free customer support


  • Does not accept the USD currency

Final Thoughts

Other social platform search engines can do more than what Social Searcher does, but for the price of being free, it gets the job done and does it well.

Not to mention that not many social platform search engines today even offer a free version or free trial. It is a little disappointing that it does not accept USD currency, but it is still a cool platform.

Check out Social Searcher

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Joseph Chunta

Hello! My name is Joseph Chunta, founder of Your Average Marketer. I am here to help with managing the website, but I will be writing for it as well. Giving honest reviews on Marketing Services and helping the next aspiring website owner. On the side, I am a Solo Game Developer and Website Builder. Writing code for games and websites in my free time.


Andy · June 4, 2020 at 1:00 am

HI and thanks for this. This seems to be an interesting service. But I am a little confused whether it is free or not. You list tiers of service and fees and then at the end you say it is free. Are you only referring to the free 14 day trial? I wonder whether this will really be successful after all we are used to being able to search the internet for free. It seems somewhat strange in today’s world to pay for searches.
Thanks and best regards, Andy

    Joseph Chunta · June 4, 2020 at 1:39 pm

    Hello Andy.

    You are able to use the platform for free, but you are capped on how many daily searchers you can use a day. There are optional paid plans that you can sign up for, and there is a free trial for one of the paid plans. Where a platform like this differentiates from just going onto Twitter and searching for a hashtag is through reminders and activity. You are able to set up reminders around a user, hashtag, etc and see the activity around that hashtag and see trends in relation to graphs around a user, hashtag, etc.

    I hope this answered everything!

Matt Lin · June 4, 2020 at 8:53 am

Hi Joseph,

Thanks for providing us an alternative for social media searcher! Overall speaking, it seems nice and decent that it could help internet marketers’ jobs but also works for solopreneurs to find trendy keywords and leverage them. I find some of the features are like Google alerts, do you feel the same way?

Thanks for sharing,

    Joseph Chunta · June 4, 2020 at 1:31 pm

    Hello Matt.

    There are features that are similar to one of Google alerts. I like Google alerts a bit better because it refers to keywords all across the Google search engine, with Social Searcher just going across social media platforms.

    Thank you for sharing!

Simon · June 4, 2020 at 3:24 pm

This looks alright, but Google Alerts gives a decent insight for no cost at all – I’m using TalkWalker right now though, but only started with it a few weeks ago, so I can’t really say for sure whether I like that much or not.

    Joseph Chunta · June 4, 2020 at 8:53 pm

    Hello Simon.

    I myself personally prefer Google alerts as well, simply because it does do a lot more for no cost. Although some will put up the argument that Social Searcher is better. I myself am not one of those people.

    Thank you for sharing!

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