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  1. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    Time Warner announces AOL split AOL's display advertising platform, Platform-A, expands to Europe. Yahoo tests Glue Pages in India, then brings modified version to the States Google Launches Search Within Search Results

  2. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Speculation is swirling that the Redmond, Wash.software titan could be considering acquiring big Internet properties, such as Time Warner's AOL unit and News Corp.s MySpace social network, to gain a stronger foothold in search advertising and...

  3. comScore Media Metrix Search Engine Ratings

    AOL: Shows searches at any Time Warner-owned web site, including AOL Search and Netscape Search. Search Engine Ratings & Reviews See this page for other Search Engine Watch pages that provide figures on search engine popularity in the United...

  4. 2005 in Review: The Best Search Engine Watch Forum Posts

    How Time Warner Clicks With Google. Google can sell AOL stake as early as July 2008. In other words, Google doesn't mind if people sell valuable real-estate (e.g.links) on their site, but these links may not convey the "power" to enhance the...

  5. Google Says Don't Worry, AOL Won't Change Us - But There's Wiggle Room

    A statement like this from Time Warner in the release: If Time Warner content is important to Google users, it should have been included already before this deal. About the AOL announcement from Google vice president of search products banners...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Dec. 20, 2005: Google & AOL Doing A Deal; Graphical Ads Coming To Google; Japan May Fund Its Own Search Engine; Create Your Own Yahoo Shortcuts; Google Book Search Rises In Usage

    Time Warner Today's search podcast covers Google and AOL looking to renew their partnership vows leaving Microsoft in the cold; AOL's wedding gift to Google being new graphics ads for Google search results pages; Japan pondering if it needs to...

  7. AOL Moves TV Spend To Search; Rodney Dangerfield Of Online Advertising No More!

    Search, which I called the Rodney Dangerfield of no respect in terms of online advertising in 2001, gets an endorsement from Time Warner. Now more than half of AOL's marketing budget for the portal will be used to pay for ads on search engines...