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Yahoo Opens Up Search Results

Third-party publishers will soon be able to create plug-ins that will change the appearance of their listing on a search results page. Third-party publishers will soon be able to create plug-ins that will change the appearance of their listing on a search results page. 0 Comments

Are Vertical Search Engines the Answer to Relevance?

Even the most advanced general search algorithm can be scuttled by ambiguous searches, but vertical search engines are increasingly offering a solution to the problem. Even the most advanced general search algorithm can be scuttled by ambiguous searches, but vertical search engines are increasingly offering a solution to the problem. 0 Comments

A Closer Look at Google OneBox Results

A Q & A with Google Product Marketing Director Debbie Jaffe wraps up our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results. A Q & A with Google Product Marketing Director Debbie Jaffe wraps up our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results. 0 Comments

A Closer Look at Yahoo Shortcuts

Continuing our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results, today we take a look at Yahoo Shortcuts. Continuing our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results, today we take a look at Yahoo Shortcuts. 0 Comments

A Closer Look At Microsoft's Instant Answers

Continuing our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results, today we take a look at Microsoft's Live.com Instant Answers. Continuing our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results, today we take a look at Microsoft's Live.com Instant Answers. 0 Comments

A Closer Look at Ask's Smart Answers

Ask.com has truly differentiated itself with the "Smart Answers" it returns for thousands of queries, offering facts, images and targeted links that respond directly to a searcher's information need. Ask.com has truly differentiated itself with the "Smart Answers" it returns for thousands of queries, offering facts, images and targeted links that respond directly to a searcher's information need. 0 Comments