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  1. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Forbes claims the "Saga Isn't Over". Just how serious was Microsoft Corp.about raising its bid to $47.5 billion for slumping Internet pioneer Yahoo Inc. Did Yahoo set themselves up for their ultimate demise in the search space?

  2. Bryan Eisenberg of Future Now at SES London 2008

    Brian is also the publisher of Future Now's award-winning blog, GrokDotCom, a columnist for ClickZ and Forbes.com, and has authored several books and reports, including the best-selling Call to Action and Waiting For Your Cat to Bark.

  3. Job-Hunt.org: An Old-Fashioned Success Story

    Since the Forbes award, I've been interviewed and quoted, as has Job-Hunt, in The Wall Street Journal, in Time Magazine, in the New York Times, and in Fortune magazine. Just for a sampling, try out Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine...

  4. Study: Search Driving Offline Conversions for Local Service Businesses

    Yahoo's Rising Star, Forbes Not As Bad As You Think, Inc.com There were 2,866 survey respondents overall, 70% of which had used the Internet to search for a local service business. Forty-six percent (1,319 respondents) had done so in the past 90 days.

  5. Targeting Search Ads By Demographics & Behavior

    Forbes.com Mar 21 2006 5:24PM GMT The latest products and strategies were covered in the "Targeting Search Ads By Demographics Roy Shkedi, CEO and Founder of AlmondNet; Kevin Lee, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of Did-it.com; Danielle Leitch...

  6. Search Engine Optimization for Podcasts

    Forbes.com Mar 8 2006 6:41PM GMT Grant Crowell is the CEO and Creative Director of Grantastic Designs, Inc.a full-service search engine marketing, Web site design, and usability firm. A special report from the Search Engine Strategies conference...

  7. Meet The B2B Search Engines

    About 3.5 million unique users conduct 9 million monthly searches at the Business.com site, and 38 million unique users conduct 14 million monthly searches on the Business.com Network, which includes BusinessWeek Online, Forbes.com, and Inc.com.