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  1. The Search Engine Report October 1, 2002 - Number 71

    Like the AOL start-up screen or a My Yahoo personal page, it could be that Google News will evolve into some people's home pages. Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info In terms of audience reach, Yahoo remains the most popular search engine...

  2. The Search Engine Report, Oct 1, 2002, Number 71

    Like the AOL start-up screen or a My Yahoo personal page, it could be that Google News will evolve into some people's home pages. Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info In terms of audience reach, Yahoo remains the most popular search engine...

  3. The Search Engine Report, Oct 1, 2002, Number 71

    Like the AOL start-up screen or a My Yahoo personal page, it could be that Google News will evolve into some people's home pages. In terms of audience reach, Yahoo remains the most popular search engine, but MSN Search is practically tied with it...

  4. The Search Engine Update, June 3, 2002, Number 126

    Can AOL Maintain High CTR's on Sponsored Listings Near Search Results? Google recently tightened rules about how ads can be written, in part to please standards AOL required for paid listings. AOL and Google both adequately delineate their...

  5. The Search Engine Report June 3, 2002 - Number 67

    Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info Recent article about complaints over the new LookSmart program, ironically noting that the same company LookSmart uses to highlight the success of its new program also wishes MSN would drop LookSmart and...

  6. The Search Engine Report, June 3, 2002, Number 67

    Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info Recent article about complaints over the new LookSmart program, ironically noting that the same company LookSmart uses to highlight the success of its new program also wishes MSN would drop LookSmart and...

  7. The Search Engine Report, September 4, 2001, Number 58

    Three remaining major portals -- AOL, MSN and Yahoo -- are fighting it out even harder to capture advertisers and be number one. Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info MSN is also doing well, as is Ask Jeeves, in the UK.