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  1. Bing: Deals, Video Home Page, New Conduit Deal

    Among Conduit’s clients: Major League Baseball, Time Warner Cable, Univision, Chelsea Football Club, Fox News, iVillage, Groupon, and Travelocity. Bing now offers a more visual discount deal search experience with Bing Deals.

  2. Yahoo Wants Women Now

    Just like iVillage, Glam and others, Yahoo knows that getting inventory in home, garden, health and other categories can translate into higher effective CPMs. Yahoo just announced Shine, and is hopping on the bandwagon that says women are a great...

  3. Health Vertical: License and Be Found

    In addition, there are health resources at places like iVillage, and even Yahoo. Another health vertical, Mindsite, was quietly reported in the Seattle PI venture blog yesterday. Founder David Eraker explained that "information is often...

  4. Does Site Search Matter For The Mags?

    Other magazines enable searching beyond their own site, such as Good Housekeeping within the iVillage network. On their web sites, traditional consumer magazines seem to be primarily focused on browsing rather than searching behaviors.

  5. Daily SearchCast, Aug. 19, 2005: Mamma Loves Copernic, iVillage Loves Yahoo Ads, Cuban Hates Google Blog Spam & A 3rd Ad Atop Google Results

    Today's search podcast covers Mamma seeking again to buy Copernic, Mark Cuban threatening to ban Google-hosted blogs because of spam, Yahoo winning iVillage away from Cuban Vows to Stomp Out Blog Spam on billionaire Mark Cuban and backer of the...

  6. iVillage Dumps Google for Yahoo

    In At iVillage, reports that the popular portal aimed for women will soon move from Google to Yahoo to power contextual, keyword-based advertising and its site search tool. Look for Yahoo ads and search on iVillage beginning on September 1st.

  7. Special Search Tools Issue, Part 1

    IVillage evicts pop-up ads. Things you might not know about how real people search Results from studies of people using search engines provide some clues about improving search interfaces.