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  1. Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

    I don't buy the "protect searchers privacy" deal as the reason for moving all search to HTTPS and not providing us with the valued keyword data (while continuing to provide this to advertisers). If Microsoft were to integrate search into all of...

  2. World IPv6 Launch: What it Means for Content Owners & SEO

    No additional risks from spammers are currently being seen although Baidu has built a separate load balancer, called ZBAY, specifically to deal with IPv6 traffic Among the sites participating in the launch are Google, Yahoo, Microsoft’s Bing...

  3. 'The Power of Google' Senate Hearing is Must Watch TV Today

    Let’s let entrepreneurs, technology and good old-fashioned innovation deal with Google. Additionally, All Things Digital reports Schmidt will testify that “Microsoft’s Bing launched in June 2009 and has grown so rapidly that some commentators have...

  4. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    When Google entered it was said it would never understand or be able to deal with the Icelandic language, as it was too complex. Google is the main search engine, with close to 66 percent of the U.S.market; Yahoo is around 16 percent; Microsoft...

  5. Google Social 'Layers', Google Fires Teen Stalker, Facebook/Microsoft Search Deal Rumor & More Search News

    Unnamed sources say Facebook and Microsoft are working on a deal that would significantly expand the search relationship the pair have shared for many years. Facebook and Microsoft in Talks About Deepening Search Ties - All Things Digital

  6. Advertising Association Urges DOJ to Approve Microsoft-Yahoo! Search Deal

    Announced at the end of July, the deal has Microsoft and Yahoo! search deal. Department of Justice, urging them to approve the Microsoft-Yahoo! partnering up on search in order to create what will become the number 2 search service in the United...

  7. Regulators Request More Info about Microsoft-Yahoo! Search Deal

    Of course, the argument for the deal is that combining the number 2 and 3 search engines into one provides a stronger competitor against Google, which holds upwards of 70% of the search market share. regarding their recently announced search deal.