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  1. Yahoo Retires Less Popular Products to Make Room for New Innovation

    Xobni: As we announced in July 2013, although we are shutting down Xobni.com and the Smartr Product Suite today, July 2, we have incorporated many Xobni-like features into Yahoo Mail (like compose auto-suggest and people-centric mail search) and...

  2. Mobile SEO: 5 Ways to Ensure Your Brand's Content is Optimized

    Click on "Technology" in the left menu bar. If a current SEO and content marketing strategy is being executed on, ensure mobility has been taken into consideration for keyword research and conversion measurement.

  3. Marketers Talk Hummingbird, '(Not Provided)' & More Ahead of SES Chicago 2013

    People will ask more questions in the search bar which push us to optimize our anchor text leveraging paid search data, Google Webmaster Tools, and Bing/Yahoo keyword data; putting additional emphasis on keyword research (using internal search...

  4. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Quick answers to personal questions can be answered on the fly via Google Now technology. Yandex has always been ahead of the curve – it currently has a voice search option within their search engine and has been using their voice technology for...

  5. Inside the SES New York 2013 Expo Hall: Networking, Pinball & Swag

    Their “customer success team” assists big name clients such as FedEx and REI and concentrates on optimizing for natural search using technology and reporting. Between keynote speakers and intensive educational sessions, the Marriott Marquis was...

  6. Wajam Social Search Now Includes Shopping.com Product Recommendations

    On top of that, Wajam hopes to soon license their social search technology to integrate directly with the websites it currently overlays, providing websites like Amazon and eBay with not a Wajam widget, but with their own personalized and white...

  7. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and AOL are on board with a new White House “Do Not Track” technology plan that will give more control to users and more power to the Federal Trade Commission. It is expected the process will take nine months before we...