Note to Original Moreover.com Free Feed Users – And A Big Word of Thanks!

February 8, 2012 at 2:34 pm 3 comments

Dear Moreover.com free feed users –

After much discussion, we recently took the decision that it was finally time to retire the original Moreover.com free news feeds. We’ve been serving our free feeds since 1999 (ahh, those halcyon pre-bubble-burst days), and it’s not without a touch of sadness that we call time on the service. We recently placed a notice at the top of the news feeds to try and alert our users that the service was going away.

The reason for the decision, in a nutshell, is that Moreover Technologies’ future lies with the enterprise market, where we’ve successfully provided media intelligence services for many years. In these economically challenging times, it no longer made sense for us to bear the running costs of the original free feeds.

So we wish to salute all our loyal news feed fans over the years!! We definitely made some waves when we launched our news aggregation  service way back when, I guess you could say you caught one with us.  Sorry we had to stop.

For those who are interested, we do have a fantastic enterprise offering, including high quality news feeds with many refining features. Contact us if you would like to find out more, on +1 703 650 1400 (US), +44 (0)20 7253 5003 (UK), email salesinfo@moreover.com, or visit our website at www.moreover.com.

Again, we wish to thank you for your loyalty and support during all these years, and encourage you to consider our enterprise service as an excellent alternative.

The Team at Moreover

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jeremy Potash  |  February 16, 2012 at 11:01 pm

    Thank you for the portal to China news that we have enjoyed for years. Meltwater news is attempting to build its own aggregation model — and they have excellent sources. But, as a non-profit, pay-for-news is beyond our budget. We’ll need to rely on google, yahoo, ask, etc. the old fashioned way — by search. If you decide to reach out to non-profits, such as my organization Cal-Asia, would love to participate.

    Best regards

  • 2. Dana Greenlee  |  February 17, 2012 at 10:28 pm

    Thank you SO much, Moreover, for the time, effort and supportive dollars you’ve put in to your free news feed! I was right with you from the first back in 1999 and have enjoyed all 12 years of ever-changing news content. You made me look good because fresh content was always there. I am sort of a hobby web designer and used your feeds on my also-12-year-old tech podcast site (webtalkradio.com), as well as sites for homeowners associations, professional associations and even a first aid/cpr training site. Your free service outlasted so many dotcoms (or dot bombs…). Thank you – you will be missed, good ol’ Moreover!

  • 3. Ray  |  February 21, 2012 at 6:00 am

    Thanks for the many years of free service. I’ll miss your feed on my page.

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