Nick Haylen [ph] – Sidoti & CompanyOkay. Now also, I know in terms of margins, you mentioned that as a result of the expense that you’re going to take on expanding your business, just you could see a little bit of pressure from the margins that we’ve seen now and I was wondering if maybe you can give us a little bit of a range in terms of what maybe we can expect going forward on that front? Yacov Kaufman Well, if you go a little bit back into the company’s past, you know, in 2008 for instance, we as such invested intentionally in muni bonds [inaudible] and then we improved back on those. And in 2009 they went up about 1 ½ to $2 million a year. That’s just one example of investment that we plan on doing in the future so to warp up our growth in investing and acquiring new customers. In addition, some of the things that was mentioned was that we’re going to be putting a bigger emphasis on market research and getting to know our customer so that we can have a product that’s better for their needs. Nick Haylen [ph] – Sidoti & Company Okay. Thank you. And just one more question. I noticed that your selling and marketing expenses were down a little bit in the third quarter. I was wondering if you could give us just a little insight to how you plan on marketing the non-search related products and also if you plan on continuing to depend on viral growth in terms of the search-generated revenue? Yacov Kaufman I’ll just reply on this quarter, then I’ll give it over to Josef for the plan for the future. The decrease this quarter was for – it wasn’t something that can be translated. It was something that was happening in this quarter, mostly in regards to compensation expenses. With going forward – Josef?
Josef MandelbaumI mean, going forward, Nick, I think our plans, first of all in general, obviously we want everything to be ROI positive. So you always do tests to see how that works, but over spending significant dollars, we always do things that we think are ROI positive. So when you talk about margins before, you know, everything’s viral today. So obviously, when you do anything in spending money, it’s going to have an impact on the margins, but with ROI positive, we believe that, you know, the margins will still be healthy margins in the business going forward. In terms of the funnel, it’s really a typical, classical, premium funnel model. We’re going to – with our viral we have and with expanding our acquisition base, customer acquisition base, we can increase the funnel. And what will happen is people coming into the funnel will monetize a large portion and research and then a much smaller percentage of them, of our users who will actually convert to some type of premium model like we do in IncrediMail today. The issues in the past for these two-plus years is IncrediMail hasn’t paid attention to the product sale and their search was growing significantly. I believe there’s a really opportunity there to help grow the business and balance out our revenue streams to diversify them in a more meaningful way and sustainable way in the future. Nick Haylen [ph] – Sidoti & Company Great. Thanks guys. Operator The next question is from Abba Horwitz, Old School Partners. Abba, please go ahead. Abba Horwitz – Old School Partners Hi. Good afternoon. First of all, I applaud the dividend cut. I think that’s a very, very smart move here. My question I think is for you, Josef, is back to the margin issue for let’s say 2011, can you give us a sense of minimal profitability for 2011, what you’re looking at assuming no acquisitions and I assume right now whatever organic growth you’re looking at current as opposed to new organic growth. Can we get a sense of that? Do you assume more of the same next year in 2011, pretty much similar EPS? Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com