The new e-commerce service will be employed in the iSleuth Marketplace and
provide access to more than 200 online retailers and 500,000 products,
segmented into 14 key product categories.
Products include apparel and jewelry, books and magazines, computer
hardware, software and games, electronics, car audio equipment, flowers,
cards and gifts, home and garden products and appliances, music, movies and
videos, office supplies, sporting goods and
toys and games.
A preview of the Marketplace can be seen at the company’s Web site.
“The iSleuth Marketplace, as well as our new alliance with Inktomi that has
enabled its development, represents a major step
forward in our efforts to build the iSleuth.com site into a one-stop portal
for Internet users,” said John J. Bennett, chairman,
president and chief executive officer of iSleuth.com.
“With our average monthly site traffic now at approximately 350,000
visitors and growing, we see it as an important opportunity to significantly
expand site traffic and e-commerce revenues.”
Founded in 1995, The Internet Sleuth site and search engine originally
operated as a non-commercial site geared towards institutional and
educational researchers. It was acquired by Isleuth.com in 1998 and become