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Yahoo is officially transitioning its organic results to Bing from today!

3 August 2011

Over two years ago Microsoft and Yahoo! signed a deal to become partners instead of competitors in their shared domain of search. They formed the new Search Alliance. One...

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Schema.org – What does it really mean for us

13 June 2011

Its now been just over a week since the three major search engines announced a unified approach to “create and support a common vocabulary for structured data markup on...

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Yahoo is back baby! Executive opens attacks at Google and predicts purchases

29 March 2011

Yahoo seems to be gearing up. With the launch of Search Direct last week it clearly showed it has not given up on search just yet. But the former...

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Yahoo launches Search Direct: an instant answer

24 March 2011

Just when you thought Yahoo was gone and lost they wake up from the dead. At the same time SES New York is going on, at the other side...

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London SES – Yahoo and Bing – A competitive choice in search

22 February 2011

Yahoo and Microsoft search alliance overview was covered by Jon Myers from Yahoo and Mark Richardson from Miscrosoft UK. Mark started by showing the video below.

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Battle of the World Cup SERPs

14 June 2010

The World Cup, the biggest sports event on the planet, is underway! And because I’ve always wanted to do a sports-themed blog post, I’ve compared the “world cup” SERPs...

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“You won’t win it with a single website anymore, you just won’t” – Search: where to next panel

23 March 2010

Where is search going? At SES New York a panel with Stefan Weitz (Bing), Larry Cornett (Yahoo), Brett Tabke (Yahoo) and Robert Murray (iProspect) try to answer that question.

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Why Bartz Won’t Sell Yahoo! (Just Yet)

10 March 2010

It is no secret that Microsoft wants this business, and those who have been in the industry will recall previous attempts, most significantly the shennanigans of 2008, which saw...

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