HIBERNIA, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 13, 1999-- SearchtheWeb.com, Inc. announced its partnership with Money.net, continuing its philosophy to make the Internet "more accessible" to the user. SearchtheWeb.com, an Internet portal and search engine, strives to become the premier destination for users seeking simplicity in their navigation of the World Wide Web.
By providing a host of useful resources from a single location such as news, a personalized calendar service, online bookmarks, computer help, links to the newest sites on the Web, auto shopping guide, and now stock market information, SearchtheWeb.com is a convenient choice for surfers lost on the Web. Money.net, the Internet's first business and financial community, serves short-term and long-term investors alike. Money.net's services are designed to provide users with the tools that will make them smarter as they make decisions about their personal finances. Money.net is also the first and only site to offer a real-time, streaming portfolio tracker--free to registered users.
Visitors to the co-branded site will also find up-to-the-minute market information, original personal finance articles, interviews with financial professionals, market indices, historical charts, earnings forecasts and reports, market analysis and commentary, fundamental company data, company profiles, and sector news. With the inclusion of Money.net's online financial community, SearchtheWeb.com has leveraged itself as an attractive and practical approach to finding information on the Web.