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  1. SearchDay | Landing Pages and the Decision-Making Process

    Internet searches last month while Microsoft Corp.lost market share, according to researcher ComScore Inc. Barton Suspicious of Google/Yahoo Deal Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 29, 2008 It turns out that the concern over the Google/Yahoo search...

  2. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Could Yahoo eventually be a minor part of News Corp.or some yet to be founded Internet firm? Speculation is swirling that the Redmond, Wash.software titan could be considering acquiring big Internet properties, such as Time Warner's AOL unit and...

  3. SearchDay: Conducting a Redirect Audit on Your Web Site

    Web Developers Rate Microsoft/Windows Live Over Google, YahooPosted by Nathania JohnsonSearchers may prefer Google, but when it comes to developing so-called Web 2.0 sites, web developers rated Microsoft/Windows Live the best, according to a...

  4. Microhoo No More: What the Analysts are Saying

    Some still hold out hope for Microsoft to return (or Yahoo to go begging at MSFT's doorstep) or a separate deal to be developed with AOL or News Corp. Even though News Corp's Murdoch officially said that he's not interested in Yahoo, there has been...

  5. Search Headlines & Links: March 11, 2008

    Murdoch to Yahoo: I'm Just Not Into YouAt the Bear Sterns conference in Palm Springs, Florida, this morning, News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said that News Corp will not be bidding on Yahoo. Headlines News Corp Says No On Yahoo, Search Engine Land

  6. Murdoch to Yahoo: I'm Just Not Into You

    While admitting that it would be fun to beat Microsoft, Murdoch affirmed his loyalty to Google, which has a Web search deal with News Corp.s online social network, MySpace. Chairman Rupert Murdoch said that News Corp will not be bidding on Yahoo.

  7. Online Reputation Management Requires Cabinet War Rooms

    Search Biz: Google Stock Hits New Low; News Corp Says No On Yahoo, Search Engine Land To deal with the speed that news is now incorporated into universal search results, you'd need to have the War Room that Bill Clinton's presidential campaign ran...