One of those sites, Travelzoo, is trying to get smarter about what its nearly 30 million subscribers actually want, but seems to be having a tough time figuring it out. After selling off its domain earlier this year and shuttering its search product, Travelzoo is living a life after search. The company posted a 9 percent year-over-year decrease in revenue in its third quarter this year, down to $24.7 million, and a net loss of $576,000. Its Asia-Pacific operations have decline precipitously, with a 31 percent year-over-year decrease in revenue down to just $1.8 million. Just two years ago, it reacquired its Asia-Pacific business for $22.6 million. For now, Travelzoo is looking to make its membership more valuable to its users. How it will do so is unclear. Subscriber growth has leveled off in recent years, with 29.5 million members in the third quarter of 2017, up from 28 million in mid-2016. Get the full story at Skift Read also "How travel metasearch is changing"