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  1. Lycos Dropping Lycos Mail, Tripod February 15

    Lycos once was a popular destination. Well it looks like one of the last of the old school search companies is closing its email service and website creation and hosting service Tripod, according to emails sent to users.

  2. The Ghosts of SEO Past and Future

    Obviously, these sites needed traffic to make any money: so they either came up with really cool (and free) giveaway technology or they bought traffic from Lycos and others. I was fortunate enough to work for the company that launched the first...

  3. Ask.com To Power Lycos Search & Search Ads

    Other LYCOS products and sites include LYCOS Mail, LYCOS Phone, LYCOS Entertainment, LYCOS Music, LYCOS Games, LYCOS Planet, and GetRelevant. Reuters reports that Ask.com has reached a deal with Lycos to power their search engine and search ads.

  4. Lycos Revamps Email Offering

    Lycos mail has been revamped. The free version is ad sponsored, but Lycos is also offering two other commercial options to provide users with account preservation and advert removal. Having an account that self destructs in a month if a user doesn...

  5. Daily SearchCast, May 10, 2006: Yahoo Livesearch: Answers Before You Finish Typing!; Yahoo & Google Seek IE7 Users; Will It Be Google Rather Than Vegemite Sandwich? & More! (Corrected File)

    VP of Products for Lycos. The Courier Mail reports that Australians are becoming more found of Google as each day pasts. and more! Tune-in by listening to this MP3 file, listening via WebmasterRadio at 11:30am Eastern and repeated at 2pm Eastern...

  6. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    Lycos would talk about the number of pages it "knew" about, even if these weren't actually indexed or in any way accessible to searchers through its search engine. Ineffective SEO E-Mail Campaigns. Yes, this is the long expected counterblow to...

  7. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 22, 2005: MSN Quashes Relevancy Report, Google TV Coming, Monitoring Hurricane Rita, Top Search Terms For The Past Decade, Goodbye To The Ask Jeeves Butler & More!

    Today's search podcast covers MSN squelching the release of a search relevancy report where it doesn't shine, Google getting more into TV search, ways to monitor the movement of Hurricane Rita, most popular search terms over the past ten years...

  8. Ask Jeeves CEO: "We Are Focused on Core Search"

    In light of the acquisition of Ask Jeeves by Barry Diller's InterActive Corporation—bringing the number of competing portals with a strength in search to six (Google, Yahoo, MSN, AOL, and Lycos being the others)—Ask Jeeves CEO Steve Berkowitz was...