Lycos dating search
Lycos plans to sell ads on the dating site, but expects to generate the lion's share of revenue from fees it will charge providers.
Specifically, partners will pay up when Lycos dating Search users click through to their sites, and when users sign up for their service, Degenhart said.
The transaction closed in October 2000 and the merged company was renamed Terra Lycos, although the Lycos brand continued to be used in the United States.
Overseas, the company continued to be known as Terra Networks.
Lycos also offers "Favorite Profiles" and "Saved Search" features, allowing users to keep track of their top choices and store search criteria across multiple dating sites.Lycos yesterday launched a beta version of a search engine for dating Web sites, which gives users free access to unlimited personal profiles from i Matchup.com, Love Access.com, Tickle, True.com, and Lycos' Tagged Lycos Dating Search, the engine already contains millions of profiles and photos, and the reach will only grow as Lycos partners with other online dating providers, said Curt Degenhart, a Lycos senior product manager.But Lycos's Degenhart said that site upgrades should make a difference to daters."We spoke with many customers who experimented with online dating and gave up," Degenhart said.