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  1. Google & Yahoo Reveal the Most Searched For Halloween Costumes of 2013

    Star wars costumes Both Google and Yahoo agree that Minion costumes – from the "Despicable Me" movies – are the top trending costumes of 2013. Aside from Minion costumes, Yahoo's top 10 list is completely different from Google's.

  2. SearchDay | Killer PPC Ads: The Final Word

    Will it grab a decent amount of market share and reignite the browser wars? Assistant Attorney General Thomas Barnett expressing their opposition to an advertising deal between Yahoo and Google. Association of National Advertisers Opposes Yahoo...

  3. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    The End Of the Size Wars? Yahoo Search Revenues Get No Respect. Notes On October 2005 Google Update High Rankings Forum Google AdWords Advertisers must have Google Accounts to log in? Having read much of the wild speculation posted in various...

  4. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 27, 2005: Google Claim To Be Most Comprehensive But Backing Away From Counts, Searchers Loving The First Result, Detecting Phishing Sites, Search Spending On The Rise, Google's

    Claims To Be Most Comprehensive - But Helps Defuse Size Wars By Dropping Home Yahoo making programming moves, how to remove results you don't like from Google and Yahoo and more! Today's search podcast covers Google's claim to be most...

  5. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    The latest size wars broke out last month, when Yahoo said on its blog that it now provided access to over 19 billion web documents. However, dropping the home page count is a positive move that I think helps defuse the entire size wars situation.

  6. Daily SearchCast, Aug. 16, 2005: Yahoo & Miva Settle Patent Dispute, Paid Listings Program At Ask Opens Formally, Index Size Wars & More

    I Dare Google & Yahoo To Report On Relevancy looks at why in my opinion, the current dispute over index size between Google and Yahoo is yet another waste of time that avoids focusing on the figure everyone really wants, a relevancy figure.