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MyLife Breaks a Record with More Than 1 Billion Profiles Aggregated
Jul 26, 2010 (01:07 PM EDT)
The company's people search engine makes finding old friends easier than ever
LOS ANGELES, July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- MyLife™, the Web's best single source for people search, announced today that it has aggregated more than 1 billion user profiles – making it the premier online resource for locating old friends, former flames, co-workers and more.
In addition to using MyLife as a people search engine, users can also find out who's searching for them, create a comprehensive web profile and even sign up to receive alerts when MyLife finds new people they may know.
"We're so proud of MyLife. It has developed from an idea of what people search could be to a full-fledged aggregator with access to more than a billion profiles," says Jeff Tinsley, CEO and Founder of MyLife. "And the good news for our users is that we're not done yet! I can't say exactly how we're working behind the scenes to make MyLife an even better online resource for connecting with those you know, but suffice it to say – we've got big plans in the works."
Whether visitors are searching for old friends, former co-workers, lost loves or people they're just interested in knowing the answer to "whatever happened to…?" MyLife's people search engine can help. Best of all, becoming a MyLife member is free. To try MyLife's people search tool or to set up your own user profile, visit http://www.mylife.com/.
With its proprietary people search technology and access to more than 1 billion profiles from across the web, MyLife.com is the single best source for finding anyone and following updates for both personal and professional contacts, wherever they go. MyLife has more than 50 million members and is growing at a rate of more than 1.5 million new members per month. The new company was founded by entrepreneur Jeffrey Tinsley, former CEO of GreatDomains.com and Reunion.com. To build on and expand its proven revenue generating model, MyLife has received $25 million in funding from Oak Investment Partners. For more information, please visit www.MyLife.com.