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Yahoo, GoTo Top Ways For Paid Traffic

Yahoo and GoTo offer the most popular programs for site owners to obtain traffic from search engines, a survey of 94 marketers has found. Respondents to the I-Search mailing list survey also sound off about what they hate, what they like and what they wish to see. Yahoo and GoTo offer the most popular programs for site owners to obtain traffic from search engines, a survey of 94 marketers has found. Respondents to the I-Search mailing list survey also sound off about what they hate, what they like and what they wish to see. 0 Comments

Yahoo, GoTo Top Ways For Paid Traffic

Yahoo and GoTo offer the most popular programs for site owners to obtain traffic from search engines, a survey of 94 marketers has found. Respondents to the I-Search mailing list survey also sound off about what they hate, what they like and what they wish to see. Yahoo and GoTo offer the most popular programs for site owners to obtain traffic from search engines, a survey of 94 marketers has found. Respondents to the I-Search mailing list survey also sound off about what they hate, what they like and what they wish to see. 0 Comments

Yahoo Drops Free Submit For Commercial Categories

Last week, Yahoo has dropped the ability for sites to submit for free to the commercialportion of its directory.Sites wishing to be listed within the "Shopping and Services" or"Business to Business" areas of the web guide must now use Yahoo's US$199 "Business Express" service ($600 for adult sites). A freesubmission option remains for those submitting to other areas of the Yahoo.comsite or to regional commercial areas at Yahoo's non-US English-languageeditions.Yahoo becomes the second major directory to limit its free submission option Last week, Yahoo has dropped the ability for sites to submit for free to the commercialportion of its directory.Sites wishing to be listed within the "Shopping and Services" or"Business to Business" areas of the web guide must now use Yahoo's US$199 "Business Express" service ($600 for adult sites). A freesubmission option remains for those submitting to other areas of the Yahoo.comsite or to regional commercial areas at Yahoo's non-US English-languageeditions.Yahoo becomes the second major directory to limit its free submission option 0 Comments

The Search Engine Update, November 20, 2000, Number 89

THE SEARCH ENGINE UPDATENovember 20, 2000 - Number 89By DannySullivanEditor, Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/Copyright (c) 2000 internet.com corporation ===================About The UpdateThe Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly update of search engine news. Itis available only to Search Engine Watch "site subscribers THE SEARCH ENGINE UPDATENovember 20, 2000 - Number 89By DannySullivanEditor, Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/Copyright (c) 2000 internet.com corporation ===================About The UpdateThe Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly update of search engine news. Itis available only to Search Engine Watch "site subscribers 0 Comments

Yahoo Priority Queue

Yahoo Priority Queue By Danny Sullivan Editor, SearchEngineWatch.com Updated: Sept. 15, 2000 The Yahoo Priority Queue was a system established by Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, in response to complaints about the slowness of getting new sites listed in Yahoo. Jerry posted a message on Nov Yahoo Priority Queue By Danny Sullivan Editor, SearchEngineWatch.com Updated: Sept. 15, 2000 The Yahoo Priority Queue was a system established by Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, in response to complaints about the slowness of getting new sites listed in Yahoo. Jerry posted a message on Nov 0 Comments

Yahoo Priority Queue

Yahoo Priority Queue By Danny Sullivan Editor, SearchEngineWatch.com Updated: Sept. 15, 2000 The Yahoo Priority Queue was a system established by Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, in response to complaints about the slowness of getting new sites listed in Yahoo. Jerry posted a message on Nov Yahoo Priority Queue By Danny Sullivan Editor, SearchEngineWatch.com Updated: Sept. 15, 2000 The Yahoo Priority Queue was a system established by Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, in response to complaints about the slowness of getting new sites listed in Yahoo. Jerry posted a message on Nov 0 Comments

Monetizing The Search

Monetizing the search means making money in some way off the search results you present. More than ever, monetizing the search is a concern for the search engines. Monetizing the search means making money in some way off the search results you present. More than ever, monetizing the search is a concern for the search engines. 0 Comments

The Search Engine Update, August 17, 2000, Number 83

THE SEARCH ENGINE UPDATEAugust 17, 2000 - Number 83By DannySullivanEditor, Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/Copyright (c) 2000 internet.com corporation ===================About The UpdateThe Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly update of search engine news THE SEARCH ENGINE UPDATEAugust 17, 2000 - Number 83By DannySullivanEditor, Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/Copyright (c) 2000 internet.com corporation ===================About The UpdateThe Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly update of search engine news 0 Comments

Yahoo Business Express Expanded

Yahoo's $199 Business Express service has been opened to any US-basedcommercial web site, rather than just for those that actually processtransactions online. In my opinion, it's absolutely worth for any site thatqualifies to spend the money. The majority of sites using the system do getlisted. The articles below has more tips on how the system works to get sitesapproved more quickly than the normal system. Just be aware that references toperforming online transactions no longer apply in those articles Yahoo's $199 Business Express service has been opened to any US-basedcommercial web site, rather than just for those that actually processtransactions online. In my opinion, it's absolutely worth for any site thatqualifies to spend the money. The majority of sites using the system do getlisted. The articles below has more tips on how the system works to get sitesapproved more quickly than the normal system. Just be aware that references toperforming online transactions no longer apply in those articles 0 Comments