InfoSpace And Yahoo Agreement Extended

Dec 13, 2007 | 1,726 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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Reuters reports that the multi-year agreement between InfoSpace Inc and Yahoo Inc has been extended by InfoSpace. The say that it's been done to allow "it to continue to deliver Web search results and text-based advertising listings from Yahoo, to its network of metasearch properties and affiliates."

According to the Seattle Times blog "The technology involves the whole portfolio of InfoSpace sites, including Dogpile, WebCrawler, MetaCrawler, WebFetch.com and private-label services."

Jim Voelker, chairman and CEO of InfoSpace said "Extending our partnership with Yahoo demonstrates our continued commitment to deliver the most powerful metasearch experience…Today's consumers want to be assured they are getting the most comprehensive and relevant results, and we go a step further by bringing them together in one place."

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