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TheFind Launches Shopping Search Engine for PayPal

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TheFind.com, a discovery shopping search engine that debuted in 2006, has launched a shopping search engine that allows you to search for products being offered by tens of thousands of merchants that accept PayPal payments.

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You can try out the PayPal search by going to PayPal.TheFind.com.

Similar to the search results that you’ll see on TheFind.com, the PayPal search results consist of catalog-like images, not just text links or thumbnail images of products.

PayPal merchants do not pay for their products to appear in the search results–which is much different than the traditional shopping search engines.

Traditional shopping search engines typically run on a pay per click business model, which can be costly for merchants.

Merchants who wish to showcase additional promotional or branding messages to Paypal customers can pay for placement in “sponsored” areas of the site. Merchants can add their products to PayPal.TheFind.com by going here.

TheFind.com originally debuted in October of 2006 as a “discovery shopping search engine”.

TheFind.com’s goal is to deliver comprehensive, relevant and visually compelling shopping experiences to users.

Unlike traditional comparison shopping search engines, TheFind.com provides the largest product selection, with an emphasis on leading styles, brands and stores–and the ability to browse and search for similar items

TheFind.com crawls the internet and uses its “Product Ranking Engine” technology to rank more than 170 million products from more than 500,000 online stores.

TheFind.com, is headquartered in Mountain View, California and is backed by venture capital firms Redpoint Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners.

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About Bill Hartzer
Bill Hartzer currently is the President of BillHartzer.com, a Strategic Online Marketing Consultancy that includes services such as search engine optimization, social media marketing, and online reputation management. Bill Hartzer formerly managed the Search Engine Marketing division of Vizion Interactive and MarketNet, leading interactive marketing and website design firms in the Dallas, Texas area. WebProNews Writer
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