InfoSpace And Google Extend Result Agreement

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InfoSpace, Inc. announced today that the company has extended its agreement with Google in order to provide search results and AdWords ads for InfoSpace’s web search properties. The agreement, which began in September 2002, has been extended until 2006.

Omid Kordestani, Google’s senior vice president of Worldwide Sales and Field Operations, said, “we’re pleased to continue providing InfoSpace with targeted advertising and award-winning search technology, distributing Web search results and relevant advertising to the millions of users who visit InfoSpace’s properties and partner Web sites each month.”

Some of the InfoSpace properties that will be using Google’s results and ads are Dogpile, WebCrawler, and MetaCrawler.

“We have worked hard to build a valuable channel for our search provider partners by developing first-rate products and signing agreements to power Web search at some of the most popular sites on the Internet,” said Brian McManus, executive vice president, Search and Directory, at InfoSpace, Inc.

InfoSpace uses metasearch technology in order to search leading search engines and provide the most relevant results from them.

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