Everyday-health

  • Everyday Health Has Bought Social Media Marketers Eqal (Price Up To $25M?)

    Everyday Health Has Bought Social Media Marketers Eqal (Price Up To $25M?)

    Last week, TechCrunch broke the news that Everyday Health was buying EQAL, a social media marketing company, for a price of up to $25 million, to fuel Everyday Health’s push into more ad-funded video content on its own network of sites and beyond. Now that deal is confirmed. Read More

  • From The Rumor Mill: Everyday Health Is Snapping Up Social Media Marketer EQAL For Up To $20M

    From The Rumor Mill: Everyday Health Is Snapping Up Social Media Marketer EQAL For Up To $20M

    So it looks like another social media marketing company may be close to getting acquired. We’ve been hearing for a month now that Eqal — which builds “influencer networks” around celebrities and brands — is buying Everyday Health, a network of 25 health-related sites. Read More

  • AOL Outsources Sports, Health, and Real Estate

    AOL Outsources Sports, Health, and Real Estate

    AOL CEO Tim Armstrong today announced three new content partnerships which effectively will hand over coverage for sports, health and real estate. The partners are Sporting News, Everyday Health, and Move.com for real estate. These will replace AOL’s own properties Fanhouse and AOL Health, whereas AOL Real Estate will remain. (Disclosure: AOL owns TechCrunch). Armstrong suggested on… Read More

  • ComScore Report: Fastest-Growing Sites And Top-Ten Advertising Magnets

    ComScore Report: Fastest-Growing Sites And Top-Ten Advertising Magnets

    Of the top 100 sites on the Web, which ones grew the fastest in 2008? In a report it is preparing to release tomorrow, The comScore 2008 Digital Year In Review (which you can sign up for here), comScore ranks the 20 fastest-growing Web properties. These are out of the largest 100 sites overall. They are shown below, as measured by growth in unique visitors. (Interestingly, in a separate… Read More

  • Will WebMD Lose Its Stranglehold Over Health Information?

    Will WebMD Lose Its Stranglehold Over Health Information?

    Rumors are back suggesting Revolution Health is looking to merge with another company. Only this time, it’s with another health information portal: Everyday Health. And together, the companies believe they can finally supplant WebMD as the most trafficked site in that space. According to the Washington Post, the companies are still engaging in negotiations and no firm plans have… Read More