Ask Joins Jeeves In Retirement, Leaves Search Space by Frank Watson Bing for Mobile now available on all major US mobile operators - Bing Search Blog It went from AskJeeves.com to Ask.com and now IAC has folded its search engine and will use either...
The quirky, attention-getting billboards proclaiming that "The algorithm killed Jeeves," or "The algorithm is from Jersey" have been stirring up conversation in the industry, not all of it positive. Ask.com has stepped up its game, launching a new...
AskJeevesMajorsearch engines generally provide listings from a variety of sources, which they may get from third-party search providers or through their own efforts. Clicking on a search engine's name in the first column of the chart provides a...
You could askJeeves, but he's become . Jeeves, Teoma, Rutgers, IBM and Apostolos Gerasoulis. Ask's Search Box Continues To Expand, InsideGoogle Below, a recap of stories posted today to the SearchSearch
born. Refinement features like this have been available on majorsearch engines
in various ways for years. But you could do the same with all the other majorsearch
engines, as well. It also succeeded because
all the other major...
There's a lot of nuance in understanding search and the more we share, the better for the engines, users, and search marketers.You made the decision last year to change your brand from AskJeeves to Ask and retire the butler.
Yahoo, AskJeeves, MSN (keep in mind askjeeves is now ask.com). While
none of the majorsearch engines currently offer behavioral targeting, all are
almost certainly developing programs that will likely be rolled out within the
next year or two.
Ask.com Second TV Blitz Stars Chief Scientist Guru, Apostolos Gerasoulis - ClickZ reports that Ask.com will be launching its second set of "post-Jeeves campaigns" today (see 1st set here). Interview With Ask's Jim Lanzone
to Reduce Paid Ads covers how Ask pulled back on the ads because it found
fewer ads boosted user retention -- at least in the US. Google's long had many
ads running down the side of its page, something the other major players have...
For Teoma: A different twist on link analysis, but more important, a new
search voice worth taking seriously -- and AskJeeves did,
it later that year. AskJeeves: Asking Questions To Give You Answers: Meet AskJeeves, which seriously...
When I saw Jim Lanzone, from Ask.com, at SES NYC a month ago, I told him that Gary is the closest thing to Jeeves that I know. So in reality, the loss of the Jeeves character has been fulfilled by the real deal, Gary Price.
Jeeves Retires - After nearly a decade of service, Jeeves is retiring from his duties at the search engine, which will assume the long used but little promoted name 'Ask. Gary's departing to become the new Director of Online Information Resources...
Can't make Search Engine Strategies in New York today but want to listen to
my keynote conversation with IAC/InterActiveCorp chairman and CEO Barry Diller,
covering his views and take on search and IAC-owned AskJeeves?
As I reported last week, the Jeeves character has officially been retired in an effort at rebranding the search engine to more aggressively compete with market share leaders Google, Yahoo and MSN. In recent months, Ask has reduced the number of...
Jeeves Retires - After nearly a decade of service, Jeeves is retiring from his duties at the search engine, which will assume the long used but little promoted name 'Ask. IAC owns AskJeeves along with a variety of vertical search properties.
After nearly a decade of service, Jeeves is retiring from his duties at the search engine, which will assume the long used but little promoted name "Ask. From the start, Jeeves was different than the other search services of the day.
IAC owns AskJeeves along with a variety of vertical search properties. AskJeeves Launches (Beta) German Site - It's official. Today, AskJeeves has "officially" released Ask Germany (Deutschland) in beta.MORE”
Jeeves unfortunately was not included). The answer to both questions is all the majorsearch engines interviewed log Verbatim: Search firms
surveyed on privacy has the rundown of AOL, Google, MSN and Yahoo (Ask
That's now changed with the introduction of a new image search feature by AskJeeves, that makes it clearly different from any of the others. Image search is offered by all of the majorsearch engines, and people tend to think it's a fairly generic...
While Clever never made a public appearance, many of the concepts it offers are what power the Teoma/AskJeevessearch technology. You can preview the title via Amazon's Search Inside the Book. I was unable to find it using Google Book Search.