More NewsSearchpower.com Signs With Flycast Network

Searchpower.com Signs With Flycast Network

Hoffman Estates, IL-based search engine directory site Searchpower.com signed with SanFrancisco-based ad network Flycast Communications.

Hoffman Estates, IL-based search engine directory site Searchpower.com signed with San Francisco-based ad network Flycast Communications.

Searchpower.com claims to be the world’s largest directory of search engines with more than 1,600 search engines online.

Also, Searchpower.com said it has begun the second phase of its capitalization process. Searchpower.com, which aggregates both major and specialty search engines, was conceived in March 1998 by Anthony D. Moya after he became frustrated attempting research at various search sites.

The goal for phase two is to raise $500,000 to enhance marketing and branding, the company said.

Searchpower.com also launched a new directory of Web portals. The site will provide a direct link to portal members starting at three cents per click through.

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