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  1. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 22, 2005: Google & Library Of Congress Team On World Digital Library; Google Growth & Growth Issues; Yahoo Gains Famed AltaVista Alumnus Broder; Search Gains In Popularity

    Rolls Back Commissions In Europe, Forward With Them In China World Digital Library project to digitize important works from around the world, the rival and preexisting Open Content Alliance backed by Yahoo, MSN and the

  2. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 28, 2005: Google Moving To NASA (Offices), Dropping Euro Commissions, Yahoo Preps Tools On Search Buzz, Releases Desktop Search From Beta, A Search Marketer On The Apprentice

    Ames site, removing commissions for European advertisers and unifying logons, while Yahoo is prepping new tools to measure search buzz and releasing its desktop search tool. Changing Agency Commission Payments In Europe

  3. Google Changing Agency Commission Payments In Europe

    Yahoo offer agency commissions. Many search marketers in the US are unaware that in Europe, both Google and The new program opens across Europe from January 2006 to any qualified third party agency (at least five clients, two Google certified...

  4. Google Changing Agency Commission Payments In Europe

    Google has announced plans to revamp the practice of paying commissions to agencies in Europe. Outside Europe, commissions generally aren't offered, to my knowledge. Search also wasn't established as much in Europe, so paying commissions was a way...

  5. The Search Engine Report, 6/4/97, Number 7

    At a wholesale cost of only 15 cents per visitor, VisitorDirect dealers are making commissions of 66%-100% (suggested retail cost is 25-30 cents per visitor). An interesting look at home-grown, language-specific search engines and services in Europe.

  6. The Search Engine Report - June 3, 1997 Number 7

    At a wholesale cost of only 15 cents per visitor, VisitorDirect dealers are making commissions of 66%-100% (suggested retail cost is 25-30 cents per visitor). An interesting look at home-grown, language-specific search engines and services in Europe.