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  1. Rip Van Winkle: Paid Inclusion & Trusted Feeds at Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004

    Here's a partial answer: If Rip Van Winkle hasn't been to the expo hall in six years, he last walked the trade show floor when Go Toast, Overture, and Terra Lycos were still exhibitors. That can mean highly-qualified traffic at a price less than...

  2. Implications of Google's AdWord Changes

    Add to that that we are now seeing bids required to occupy front page positions, it sounds like a push to the former Overture bidding system - is being attempted. The new Ad Placement tab was a major effort to reignite interest in the content network.

  3. Search Engine Results Chart

    For example, Overture provides paid listings to many different partners. Paid: the main results come from paid placement listings. For Overture, it shows what happens on the Overture site itself, when there are no paid results.

  4. Paid Search Advertising: Google AdWords, Yahoo Search Marketing & Microsoft adCenter

    Yahoo Search Marketing (YSM), formerly Overture and GoTo, also allows sites to "bid" on the terms they wish to appear for. While some marketers elect to eliminate their paid search ad spend when this happens, you may find that you want to continue...

  5. New Search Patent Filings: August 29, 2006 - Yahoo looks at Interactive TV and VOIP

    Assigned to Overture Yahoo patent filings include one detailing bidding for placement in paid search filed this past April, another that details a very interactive environment for watching television programming, a third describing a method of...

  6. State of the Search Marketing Industry 2004

    This suggests that pressure on editorial listings will continue to be strong, and may in fact get stronger as paid placement costs continue to rise. The report breaks down advertiser spending for 2004 in several areas.billion is expected to go to...

  7. State of the Search Marketing Industry 2004

    This suggests that pressure on editorial listings will continue to be strong, and may in fact get stronger as paid placement costs continue to rise. The report breaks down advertiser spending for 2004 in several areas.billion is expected to go to...