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MIVA, Inc. (MIVA)

7/13/2006 Proxy Information

Guest Capital, LLC owns shares in the Company and is an affiliate of Mr. Guest.

Global Rights Fund II L.P. owns shares in the Company and is an affiliate of Mr. Rothstein.

During November 2005, we entered into an agreement for public relations professional services with Racepoint Group, Inc. (ÒRacepointÓ) through April 2006. For the year ended December 31, 2005, we incurred fees from Racepoint of approximately $28,000. In April 2006 we entered into an agreement with Racepoint for an additional term that expires on October 30, 2006. Lawrence Weber, who joined our Board of Directors in June 2005 and was elected as Chairman of the Board in April 2006, is the Chairman and Founder of W2 Group, Inc., which owns Racepoint.

During September 2005, Sebastian Bishop, our Chief Marketing Officer and Director, became a Director of Steakmedia Limited and also owns a 2.5% interest in Steakmedia. Steakmedia is an advertising agency owned predominately by Oliver Bishop, Mr. BishopÕs brother. We use this agency to generate advertisers onto our MIVA Media Networks and invoice them for all revenue generated on our networks through their advertisers. In addition, we pay Steakmedia a commission on the revenue generated from these advertisers. Amounts invoiced to Steakmedia during 2005 were approximately $469,000 and commissions paid during 2005 were $39,000.

We believe that prior transactions with our officers, directors, and principal stockholders were on terms that were no less favorable than it could have obtained from unaffiliated third parties. MIVA intends that all future transactions between it and its officers, directors, and stockholders beneficially owning 5% or more of its outstanding voting securities or their affiliates will be on terms no less favorable to it than it could obtain in armÕs-length negotiations from unaffiliated third parties.

4/7/2006 8K Information

Mr. Thune served as President of MIVA, Inc. (formerly FindWhat.com, Inc.) from July 2004 until April 2006 and Chief Operating Officer from November 2000 until September 2005. He was Chief Financial Officer from April 2000 to June 2004.

Mr. Pisaris-Henderson is a current director of the YMCA of Lee County and the advisory board for the College of Business at Florida Gulf Coast University. He served as Chairman of MIVA, Inc. (formerly FindWhat.com, Inc.) from June 2002, Chief Executive Officer from March 2001, and as Secretary from June 1999 until April 2006. From June 1999 to July 2004, Mr. Pisaris-Henderson served as President of FindWhat.com, Inc. and from June 1999 until March 2001, he also served as Chief Technology Officer.

5/2/2005 Proxy Information

We utilize Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP to provide various legal services. For the years ending December 31, 2003 and 2002, we incurred legal fees from Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP, or Porter Wright, for services rendered of approximately $1.4 million and $0.4 million, respectively. John Pisaris, who joined FindWhat.com, Inc. in February 2004 and is currently serving as our General Counsel, is the brother of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of FindWhat.com, Inc., Craig Pisaris-Henderson. John Pisaris was a partner at Porter Wright during 2003 and 2002. We continued to do business with Porter Wright in 2004, but we no longer consider them to be a related party. In September 2003, we transitioned our primary corporate counsel from Porter Wright to another law firm.

FindWhat.com believes that prior transactions with its officers, directors, and principal stockholders were on terms that were no less favorable than it could have obtained from unaffiliated third parties. FindWhat.com intends that all future transactions between it and its officers, directors, and stockholders beneficially owning more than 5% of its outstanding voting securities or their affiliates will be on terms no less favorable to it than it could obtain in armÕs-length negotiations from unaffiliated third parties.

10/29/2004 Proxy Information

Through February 2003, some of FindWhat.com's sales and general and administrative activities were conducted out of the Manhattan offices of WPI Advertising, a business owned and operated by Robert D. Brahms, FindWhat.com's former vice chairman and a former director. From FindWhat.com's inception through February 2003, FindWhat.com paid WPI for office space and support services. These expenses for the years ended December 31, 2002 and December 31, 2001 were approximately $106,000 and $200,000, respectively.

FindWhat.com utilizes Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP to provide various legal services. John Pisaris, the brother of FindWhat.com's chairman, chief executive officer, and president, Craig A. Pisaris-Henderson, is a partner in Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP. For the years ending December 31, 2002 and 2001, FindWhat.com incurred legal fees from Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP for services rendered of approximately $445,000 and $298,000, respectively. In September 2003, FindWhat.com transitioned its primary corporate counsel from Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur LLP to Baker & McKenzie.

In February 2001, FindWhat.com issued a warrant to purchase 125,000 shares of common stock at $1.00 per share to Mr. Andrew Lessman, a greater than 5% shareholder of FindWhat.com, in exchange for consulting services. The fair market value of the warrant, as determined using an option pricing model, was $122,500 and was amortized over one year, the term of the consulting agreement. In February 2002, Mr. Lessman agreed to extend the consulting agreement in exchange for FindWhat.com waiving the $1.00 strike price on the original warrant.

FindWhat.com believes that prior transactions with its officers, directors, and principal stockholders were on terms that were no less favorable than it could have obtained from unaffiliated third parties. FindWhat.com intends that all future transactions between it and its officers, directors, and stockholders beneficially owning 5% or more of its outstanding voting securities or their affiliates will be on terms no less favorable to it than it could obtain in arm's-length negotiations from unaffiliated third parties.