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What: Shares of United Online (Nasdaq: UNTD) soared by as much as 19% in intraday trading after reporting better-than-expected third-quarter results.

So what: The former dot-com darling, which like EarthLink (Nasdaq: ELNK) and AOL (NYSE: AOL) still serves some dial-up Internet accounts, reported $0.25 in adjusted earnings on $193.5 million in revenue. Both results beat analysts' consensus estimates.

Now what: United Online has spent years diversifying through online properties such as Now, the portfolio appears to be paying off. United Online produced more than $13 million in free cash flow during the quarter, more than enough to pay for its healthy dividend, which yielded 6.5% as of this writing.

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