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  1. Google Censorship Ruling in Canada Has Worldwide Implications

    While the court does not grapple with this possibility, what happens if a Russian court orders Google to remove gay and lesbian sites from its database? Search engine censorship seems to be a topic that is popping up left and right in countries...

  2. Yandex's Sibir Reverse Image Search Technology is Pure Awesome

    Yandex users will now have access to reverse image search, "Sibir," which is the Russian word for Siberia and also based on the acronym CBIR, which stands for "content-based image retrieval. Reverse image search gives results not based on a word...

  3. Yandex & Google: A Big Change for Russia's Display Ad Market

    Now companies such as Yandex, AdFox, Criteo, Google, and Facebook have integrated into the Russian market. It wasn't until 2011-2012 that trading desks and retargeting technology were introduced to the Russian market.

  4. Global Mobile Advertising Opportunities: Brazil. Russia, India & China

    Moscow accounts for 40 percent of all mobile Internet usage in Russia, according to Anna Oshkalo of Russian Search Tips. It is no surprise that the second most expensive device to target is the Apple iPhone and has a cost-per-click of approximately...

  5. The World Welcomes 2014 on Twitter, Reveals Usage Patterns

    The Russian term spiked, well, in Russia, and the Chinese in China. I next analyzed how the term "Happy New Year" trended in other languages: Russian, Chinese, Spanish, and Arabic. New Year's Eve is possibly the only event that is celebrated all...

  6. How Link Building Changed in 2013

    Yandex, the Russian search engine, announced plans to ignore links as a ranking factor for commercial queries, with a focus on human interactions with sites. We rename the process, we struggle to adapt to updates, we beg clients to let us stay as...

  7. Goodbye, Video Responses: YouTube Giveth and YouTube Taketh Away

    Now, when you click on "Share" underneath a YouTube video, you'll see buttons for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Reddit, Tumblr, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, LiveJournal, and Odnoklassniki (a Russian social media site).

  8. Yandex Co-Founder Ilya Segalovich Dies

    It is now the fourth largest search engine in the world, with 60 percent of the Russian search market, and their Yandex.ru homepage is the most popular site in Russia. Ilya Segalovich, cofounder, CTO and director of Yandex, passed away on Saturday...

  9. Yandex: Queries Now Influence Search Results, Suggestions 'Within Seconds'

    When Yandex updated the knowledge of users’ interests once per day, they started to understand the more-or-less stable interests, such as a love of books or sports, or that they spoke Russian and lived in Saint Petersburg.