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  1. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    Everyone speculated that there would be three major search engines left, out of AOL, Yahoo, MSN (at the time), Lycos, AltaVista, HotBot, Excite, and Google. I've been around long enough, too, to remember that Google wasn't always the number one...

  2. Does No One Get Twitter? Der Spiegel Added To Not List

    Alta Vista, Lycos and Yahoo were the early popular engines. Google lags in its addition of current news items into its main search results and its news search has also been beaten by Twitter since it relies on major traditional news sources that...

  3. The Ghosts of SEO Past and Future

    I was fortunate enough to work for the company that launched the first "true" commercial banner offering on a mass scale (HotWired; Wired/Digital which was later purchased by Lycos). Obviously, these sites needed traffic to make any money: so they...

  4. Tools of the Trade

    After having worked for Lycos and AOL Time Warner, I can tell you that even an “insider” can’t gain access to the actual number of searches performed against a given keyword. All search terms are collected from the major metacrawlers – Dogpile and...

  5. Search Engine Results Chart

    For example, if a search at Lycos fails to find a match in information from LookSmart, then matches from Yahoo provide answers. Major search engines generally provide listings from a variety of sources, which they may get from third-party search...

  6. Pricing Models for the Small SEM Shop

    Lycos Hopes Video Search Improves Its Relevance, Internet News How do you go about establishing prices for your search marketing efforts? Next to present was Jessie Stricchiola of Alchemist Media who discussed the transition from in-house search...