TheFind.com Says It Has Overtaken Yahoo in Comparison Shopping Visits

By: Chris Crum - June 21, 2010

Shopping search site TheFind announced today that it has overtaken Yahoo Shopping as the #2 site in the category (comparison shopping engines), citing comScore‘s numbers.

TheFind also says it has grown by 175% year-over-year according to ChannelAdvisor.

TheFind.com had close to 7 million unique monthly visitors in May, according to data from Compete. These numbers don’t reflect incredible growth for the year growth, but steadiness nonetheless:

These numbers are always hard to deliver with any certainty of accuracy, so you can be the judge of that, but either way, TheFind does seem to be attracting the minds of consumers.

"Our formula is pretty simple: make it easy for people to find the things they want to buy, and without bias, show them every available purchasing option," says TheFind CEO Siva Kumar. "When you do that, people come back because they both trust you and like what they find."

According to the company, TheFind.com and the shopping sites it powers saw between 2.3 and 2.7 average visits per visitor, as compared with 1.9 average visits per visitor for the next closest competitor.

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