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  1. Yahoo Announces Content Acquisition Program

    Yahoo Search has transitioned to its own search technology powered by Inktomi's search platform and is will soon launch a new inclusion program. All of its former paid inclusion programs, including Inktomi's, have now been rolled up into the new...

  2. Yahoo Announces Content Acquisition Program

    With its acquisitions of Inktomi and Overture, Yahoo inherited six different pay for inclusion programs (from Inktomi, AltaVista and AlltheWeb). Just two weeks after launching a brand new search engine, Yahoo has announced a content acquisition...

  3. Yahoo To Buy Overture

    As for paid inclusion, one eventual index means there should be only one eventual program, rather than the three separate programs that now run for Inktomi, AltaVista and AllTheWeb. In March, Yahoo completed its acquisition of Inktomi.

  4. SearchDay - Search Engine Milestones for March 2003

    Yahoo and Inktomi Announce Completion of Acquisition http://tinyurl.com/8jb4 Yahoo Inc.and Inktomi Corp.today announced the completion of Yahoo's acquisition of Inktomi. The agreement serves to help marketers reach a highly targeted audience...

  5. The Search Engine Report - March 4, 2003 Number 76

    Dakota Sullivan, vice president of marketing at LookSmart, comments on its relationship with Inktomi assuming the Yahoo acquisition completes, says to expect WiseNut to reemerge later this year as a search solution for portals and comments on...

  6. The Search Engine Report, March 4, 2003, Number 75

    Dakota Sullivan, vice president of marketing at LookSmart, comments on its relationship with Inktomi assuming the Yahoo acquisition completes, says to expect WiseNut to reemerge later this year as a search solution for portals and comments on...

  7. The Search Engine Update, July 15, 2002, Number 129

    Confirmed search engines that will be speaking include AltaVista, Ask Jeeves/Teoma, FAST, Google, Inktomi, LookSmart, Lycos, Overture and Yahoo. In the same month that the Salon horror story about Website Results is published, the same division of...