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Naver launched its service in Japan in 2009, marking their first expansion out of Korea. The word “Naver” was derived from the word “navigate” and the suffix “-er” to mean “a sailor of the Web”. Naver was incorporated in June 1999, launching the first South Korean search portal that used an internally developed search engine. In August 2000, it launched the “Comprehensive Search” service. This was five years before Google launched a similar offering with its “Universal Search. In July 2000, Naver was merged with Hangame, South Korea’s first online game portal, and in 2001 changed its name to NHN, or Next Human Network.
The combination of the country’s top search engine and the top game portal has allowed NHN to remain South Korea’s largest Internet company, with the top market capitalization among companies listed on KOSDAQ. In the early days of Naver operation, there was a relative dearth of webpages in the Korean language. To fill this void, Naver became an early pioneer in user-generated content through the creation of the “Knowledge Search” service in 2002. In Knowledge Search, users pose questions on any subject, and select among answers provided by other users, awarding points to the users who provide the best answers. Knowledge Search was launched three years before Yahoo!
From 2005-2007 it expanded its multimedia search services, including music and video search, Internet phone service and mobile search. On January 1, 2009, Naver released its new interface. Naver users with manhwa comics and original comic pieces. Most significantly, it offers comic book, genre fiction, and free manhwa. Users must pay publishers to use their comic book and genre fiction contents.
On the other hand, free manhwa, webtoon, is provided by professional artists weekly for free. Moreover, Naver promotes amateurs to be writers of the comic series through the process of rising in status. Revenue is generated for Naver webtoons indirectly monetized from display or ads featured at the bottom of each webtoon episode. PPS is a type of visual ad that uses a webtoon’s art and characters to promote a product. These co-branded ads are featured alongside or at the end of a webtoon episode.