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So what's engines are left for Espotting?
jeyval




msg:1227415
 2:36 am on Jul 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

Why normally my expenditure in Espotting is 50 per day, which gets to 0 in just 4 or 5 hours...

I notice that from the 50 that I put on my account yesterday, only 5 has been spended on the whole long day

I then check and simply put, Espotting is not showing anywhere other than kelkoo and netscape (who wants to be there anyway?)

Okay, we all heard about Yahoo buying Overture but I thought this does not mean to happen until some time in the short future

What have happened to Yahoo.uk, what have happened to Ask Jeeves, what have happened to Lycos?
Espotting still list them on its front page as active search partners

Espotting really proved cheaper, more ethic (maybe because they was not having the power to be as unethic as Overture), and much better converter than Overture

Are they ever going to recover or would I be obligated to have to deal with Overture despite how reluctant I am to give them a penny of my money?

 

Bobby_Davro




msg:1227416
 12:26 pm on Jul 16, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yahoo UK is still showing Espotting for me. I don't think that the swap over is due any time soon.

jeyval




msg:1227417
 3:19 am on Jul 17, 2003 (gmt 0)

Its been back today but it was off Espotting all day yesterday and the same thing happened with askjeeves and also with lycos

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