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Yahoo Turns Off Their Own Search Results And Turns On Bing’s Results

As of today all Yahoo organic search results are being delivered by Bing in US and Canada. This morning when I was checking my Twitter feed I came across a tweet by Barry Schwartz about Yahoo Finally & Officially Gave Up On Search.  After reading his article at Search Engine Roundtable I quickly opened up […]

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Kumo.com, can it take Mircrosoft above third place in Internet Searches?

Satya Nadella, senior vice president of research and development for Microsoft’s online services division sent an email Monday to Microsoft employees encouraging them to begin testing the revamped search service that has been dubbed kumo.com.  The testing of Kumo is only available on the internal network at Microsoft. Mr. Nadella stated that he feels 40% […]

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Yahoo Adds Traffic Reports to Online Maps for Major Cities

Want to know what the traffic snarls will be before you leave for work or head home from the office?  Go to http://maps.yahoo.com/traffic. Color-coded icons on the maps for the 70 top metro areas of the U.S. will indicate the severity of any accidents or road impediments along the route.  And in the top 20 […]

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Can Your Customers Find You in a Local Search Engine?

Whether it’s daytime … or late at night …  … businesses MUST be findable on the web! The young folks (in their 20s) expected both places to be easy to find in Google and, once found, provide them quick access to location and related information about the business hours, foods served, the need for a reservation, the […]

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Find the Top Results from Google Yahoo and Ask Jeeves

http://www.jux2.com/ I pulled the following information from their website. They do a good job of explaining the benefits of just JUX2 so might as well get it from them directly. I like the tool and I have it bookmarked for when I’m doing some initial research for a product or service I’m interested in or, […]

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Amazon's A9 Launches Visual Yellow Pages

   “A9’s new offering works much like other online Yellow Page directories. You can search by business name or category, and get a list of results that are near your current location, with each identified with an icon on a map. Click on a listing for a business, though, and the results are very different […]

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Answers.com – Yea! – real answers, not just search listings

Answers.com is a free, ad-supported, reference search service, created to provide you with instant answers on more than a million topics.  I’ve seen sites like these before, and the results typically were useless.  However, I think these guys are on  the right track. As opposed to standard search engines that serve up a list of links […]

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Search Engine News and Search Engine Articles

The RSS links for your RSS reader are below. Note: These are RSS feeds, not webpages. Internet Search Engine News Search engine articles http://www.isedb.com/news/rss/1 Internet Search Engine News Daily Search engine news http://www.isedb.com/news/se/news_xml.php Search Engine Watch Blog: http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/blog/blog.xml If that’s too much trouble for now, just go to http://4webresults.elawsystems.wpengine.com/seo and read the most recent articles on […]

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MSN Released Their New Search Engine

Though search traffic from Google still far out passes MSN for my site and nearly all my clients, It’s looking to me like MSN searches are starting to increase. We’ll just have to wait over time and see. The one advantage MSN has over Google is that it’s search shows up on all new PCs […]

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MSN is gunning for Google

Go take to a second peek at MSN’s new search technology Curious what is under the hood? They claim a new algorithmic search engine with a few more features and a bigger index than the first beta. MSN WANTS feedback to make it better, so give it a spin and tell them what you think […]

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