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  1. Google & Bing Now Showing LinkedIn Rich Snippets

    And Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: We’ve partnered with LinkedIn to bring content into Bing for several years," a Microsoft spokesperson told Search Engine Watch. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer: Yahoo, despite getting their search results from Bing, doesn't...

  2. Why Yahoo Wants to Move Into Contextual Search and How it Might Work For Them

    After Mayer was named CEO of Yahoo, many people speculated that Yahoo could move back into having their own search engine rather than using their current Microsoft search deal. Mobile is where the traffic is going from desktop, and it makes sense...

  3. How Video Site NDN is Driving 500 Million+ Video Views Per Month

    NDN ranks ahead of Amazon sites, VEVO, Microsoft sites, Vimeo, and Turner Digital in the latest online video rankings. The top four U.S.online video content properties in comScore's December 2013 U.S.online video rankings are well-known brand names...

  4. Google, Facebook, Microsoft & Others Join Forces to Fight NSA Spying

    The open letter, published on the Reform Government Surveillance website, has been signed by Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Yahoo, AOL and Twitter. Microsoft's general counsel Brad Smith said: "People won't use technology they don't...

  5. As Microsoft Moves to Encrypted Search, Webmasters Could Lose More Keyword Data

    Google made the switch back in September for encrypted search as default and since then people had been watching to see if Microsoft and Yahoo would follow suit, which they finally seem to be doing. The other piece of the puzzle is that Bing...

  6. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    If Microsoft were to integrate search into all of these services and devices and provide a seamless experience, Google may have a hard time keeping their number one place in the search wars. Microsoft has a real opportunity to influence searcher...

  7. AOL Climbs into 2nd Place in Online Video Content Ranking with 71 Million Viewers

    In August 2012, Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube, ranked as the top online video content property with 150.2 million unique viewers, followed by Yahoo sites with 55 million, Microsoft sites with 53.7 million, VEVO with...