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What Would You Do If You Were CEO of Skyscanner?

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In the spirit of a Skyscanner promotion giving someone the chance to spend the day as CEO of the travel search engine, we posed the questions to some of Search Engine Watch's columnists. To celebrate reaching 40 million users, Skyscanner is giving its CEO the day off and inviting someone else to take his place - what if that someone were an SEW contributor? 0 Comments

Emojis Disappear From Google Search Results

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Google seems to have made good on its promise to remove emojis from search results, since many emojis, including those from Expedia, have disappeared today. Google seems to have made good on its promise to remove emojis from search results, since many emojis, including those from Expedia, have disappeared today. 0 Comments

Skyscanner Boosts Mobile, Customization Capabilities

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With its new DataArt partnership, global travel search engine Skyscanner for Business is focusing on becoming more user-friendly and more mobile-friendly. With its new DataArt partnership, global travel search engine Skyscanner for Business is focusing on becoming more user-friendly and more mobile-friendly. 0 Comments

How Affiliate Sites Can Best Exploit SEO

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Affiliate marketing is now an industry worth billions, although it’s fiercely competitive. Close analysis of relevant keywords can help you discover lucrative niches that may be overlooked in the rush for the big-ticket high traffic keywords. Affiliate marketing is now an industry worth billions, although it’s fiercely competitive. Close analysis of relevant keywords can help you discover lucrative niches that may be overlooked in the rush for the big-ticket high traffic keywords. 0 Comments

New Google Local Search Results Show Directions, Menus, Pics

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A new search results page layout for places queries adds significant benefits for users, but poses a real threat to marketers. Google has added a large, graphic display on the right side of SERPs for restaurant, museum, and other local queries. A new search results page layout for places queries adds significant benefits for users, but poses a real threat to marketers. Google has added a large, graphic display on the right side of SERPs for restaurant, museum, and other local queries. 0 Comments

Google's ITA Deal Clears Final Hurdle

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Google's $700 million ITA acquisition is officially in the clear after a federal court review. Google has agreed to conditions imposed by the U.S. government – licensing travel data to rivals and allowing the government to review any complaints. Google's $700 million ITA acquisition is officially in the clear after a federal court review. Google has agreed to conditions imposed by the U.S. government – licensing travel data to rivals and allowing the government to review any complaints. 0 Comments

Yahoo's FareChase: The Stealth Disruptor?

Although FareChase is web giant Yahoo's travel contender, it's nonetheless a relatively small player in the online travel search space. Now that FareChase is out of beta, though, the service could very quickly become a strong presence and dramatically transform online travel search. Although FareChase is web giant Yahoo's travel contender, it's nonetheless a relatively small player in the online travel search space. Now that FareChase is out of beta, though, the service could very quickly become a strong presence and dramatically transform online travel search. 0 Comments