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Seekr rates online content for reliability, assigning each article a Seekr Score based on byline, title exaggeration, subjectivity, clickbait, and personal attack. To help streamline your research, the Mission News Feed gives you easy access to highly rated articles from across the web. Click the smiley icon next to each article for more information on its scoring! 

Seekr Score Reliability Ratings

    CheckIncluded News
  • Seekr score very highVery high
  • Seekr score highHigh
    Close XNot Included News
  • Seekr score medium unselectedMedium
  • Seekr score low unselectedLow
  • Seekr score very low unselectedVery Low


Seekr AI looks at what can impact an article's reliability based on the language it sees. If AI detects these factors, the Seekr Score decreases. 

  • by_line


    No Author = No Accountability
  • title_exaggeration

    Title Exaggeration

    The title overstates aspects of the article. 
  • subjectivity


    The article is full of opinions that go beyond facts.
  • clickbait


    You’re so curious or emotional you can’t resist clicking.
  • personal_attack

    Personal Attack

    The article attacks people with not-so-nice words.
How The Seekr Score Works
Seekr holds seven patents in natural language processing (#humblebrag), meaning not only that our search technology is impressive, but also that our information evaluation capabilities are a revolutionary step for online content. Seekr uses core semantic analysis and natural language processing technology to find and score content.
What The Seekr Score Means
Once generated, The Seekr Score is sorted into five levels of reliability, from very low to very high. For transparency, an explanation for each level is provided below. The Seekr Score is a number between 1 and 100 to showcase the granularity of the evaluation.
How Seekr Defines “Reliable” Information
Reliable information means that facts are presented (The who, what, when) and if analysis is offered (The why), it does not stray from the facts. Reliable analysis can be presented as opinions and predictions reasonably supported by facts; that’s fair. But when the analysis strays from fact statements (Subjectivity), or uses exaggerated, sensational, or insulting language (Title Exaggeration, Clickbait, Personal Attack), the analysis becomes less reliable.
Score Factors Explained
The higher presence of a Score Factor that the AI detects in an article, the lower the Seekr Score will be. Byline is an exception; if there is no Byline (named author), the overall score will be lower.
What The Seekr Score Is NOT
The Seekr Score does not represent likes and popularity. For example, a high score does not mean it is news everyone is reading.