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  1. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and AOL are on board with a new White House “Do Not Track” technology plan that will give more control to users and more power to the Federal Trade Commission. Companies that are [Digital Advertising Alliance] members...

  2. Facebook Memology 2011: Megan Fox, Rihanna, lms

    While the top search lists from AOL, Bing, and shed light on the topics people were looking for, Facebook’s data gives us insight into the issues and media users actually cared about, or found interesting enough, to share with friends.

  3. Ask's Top Question in 2011: Was Kim Kardashian's Wedding Fake?

    We've already looked at the top searches on Bing and AOL in 2011. Top News Search Terms and Questions The top news list seems to demonstrate further our fascination with the lives of others, with four of the top 10 news searches involving famous...

  4. Is Twitter a Google Killer? Not Yet

    Mind you, the search engines that were considered at that time were Lycos, AOL, MSN, Yahoo, AltaVista, and Excite. Today's Google results are a blend of web results, press release/news results, video results, local results and blog results.

  5. SearchDay | Setting up PPC Campaigns 101

    Bebo Expands to Five More European Countries Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 17, 2009 Social network Bebo, which was acquired by AOL last year, has expanded to five additional European countries. News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

  6. Election Tools from Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL

    AOL has a toolbar for IE and Firefox that can keep you up to date with election news. AOL Elections Toolbar Just type their name into Google News. Whether you're observing or you're breaking out the campaign gear for some hardcore get out the vote...

  7. SearchDay | Trick or Tweet for CNN

    New Launches; Due Diligence on Yahoo Merger Reported Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 30, 2008 When I read that launched a new homepage, I naturally hopped on over there to see what the new look, um, looked like.