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United States(prwindow)- January 17 2008 -TyBit of NC announced three major initiatives as it moves from Beta to full production by second quarter 2008.
Fayetteville,NC, Jan 17,2008--Today, tyBit™ ( of NC announced three major initiatives as it moves from Beta to full production by second quarter 2008. According to company officials, tyBit™ has 84 major partners in its pipeline representing over 62 million tyBit™ search engine users worldwide. “First, the ad module is open for Beta and free sign up,” said Clarence Briggs, CEO of tyBit™. “Second, we are allowing pre-registration of Keywords for our Global Keyword Registry™ or GKR™. Third, we are pleased to announce our new “shop” function so users can search and compare pricing for products and services across the web.”

Ad module opened for Beta testing. “We have over 5,000 advertisers currently in the system and during the Beta period, they are advertising for free,” said Kitti Jo Finch, GM of tyBit™. “The ad module is up and running and we are soliciting advertiser feedback as we put the finishing touches on the search engine for our scheduled debut second quarter.” Officials announced that the next generation ad module is already in development and can actually deliver text, audio or video ads based on keyword relevancy displaying results Desktops, PDAs, or cell phones. “Now any business can have a very affordable television commercial on the web,” said Finch. “And tyBit™ provides three types of advertising opportunities including pay-per-click without click fraud, CPA or cost-per-action and KWR or key-word-registry.”

Search, Surf and Shop for Best Deals. tyBit™ just added another search tool to its arsenal of growing user benefits. Not only does it search multiple engines, protect your privacy, accelerate searching and provide users with fresh content based on preferences, it allows them to shop the web. “I actually asked my mother what she wanted in a search engine for this one,” said Michael Roberts, CIO and head of technology for tyBit™. “We really are trying to make the user experience feature packed. We now search several engines and directories so tyBit™ users can shop for items and compare pricing and terms of service, this is truly one-stop-shopping. The next release will add several language translations like Spanish, Chinese, and German. We are also building a social network and best of all a web-based version for an affiliate program without click fraud. Soon, anyone with a website can earn money by signing up to become a tyBit Web Partner™ and have their own search engine. Mac and Linux users have also asked for versions.”

Preregistration of Keywords launched. As William Harrison of Lottery Software, LLC knows firsthand, click fraud is real, expensive, and shows no signs of disappearing. “The problem is the affiliate model based on pay-per-click. The credibility of a system where affiliates get paid every time my ads on their websites are clicked is shady. I am looking forward to this new model.” Today, tyBit™ announced its solution to the click fraud problem with the launch of its Global Keyword Registry™. “The GKR™ is 100% click fraud free, we’ve removed the motive for it completely. Our keyword registrants purchase a word or phrase for a period of time, like 24 hours, and regardless how many times their ads are clicked, advertisers pay one flat rate for that period,” said Sean McCoy, CMO of tyBit™.

Company officials have opened the Keyword Registry for pre-registration so future tyBit™ Advertisers and Keyword Registrars (or resellers) can take advantage of this new form of online advertising and be first to register their keywords at The pre-registration period will continue until end of 2nd Quarter 2008 when tyBit™ officially opens for business.

Partner Module Nearing Completion. Company officials also announced that the long-awaited Partner Module where select tyBit™ Partners receive 40% of gross revenues generated by subscribers using the Partner’s tyBit™ ID is nearing completion. ‘’The initial spark that drove the development of tyBit was our dissatisfaction with the search industry’s pay per click model and the associated click fraud,“ said Briggs.

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