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  1. How Will Voice Search Change SEO for Local Stores & Global Enterprises?

    Yahoo launched their first voice search around 2008 and continues to release new versions. The short answer is definitely, "Yes". As voice technology is refined, the first big question search marketers have to ask is: Is there a difference in voice...

  2. PLAs are Here to Stay: A Few Tips on How to Take Advantage

    That’s obviously good news for Google (and for Yahoo! New formats, different ad styles and, as mentioned, competition from Yahoo! Another important question that many marketers asked was whether to treat PLAs more like a data feed or biddable media.

  3. Small Business Social Media: 3 Tips to Get Started

    I also really like to advise small businesses to keep track of question-and-answer sites like Answers.com, Yahoo Answers, or Question.com. Be sure you check these sites often or set up alerts so you're notified when someone asks a question related...

  4. Big Data: An Introduction for Search Marketers

    Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo all innovated at leveraging distributed, lower cost computing and storage to provide consumers with data rich services. With larger sites, there is no way to answer that question at scale for every page, every...

  5. From 0 to 3 Million Monthly Visitors: Learn One Man's Proven Strategy

    I like to look at the kinds of questions people are asking on Yahoo Answers and on Twitter. To answer that question, we asked Fraser Cain, owner of Universe Today. I'm more concerned with the question about whether I'm well qualified to provide...

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

    As of May 22, 2012, global adoption was only at about 0.68 percent of the total Internet population but, according to Jason Fesler, Distinguished Architect at Yahoo, that number is likely to increase to between 30 and 40 percent of total usage...

  7. Google Search Plus Your World: The Peer to Peer Evolution Continues

    The founders of Yahoo, Jerry Yang and Dave Filo, started it by creating “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web,” a directory of cool and useful sites. The sites that made it onto Yahoo! Google, on the other hand, has an answer ready for me...