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  1. Yahoo Retires Less Popular Products to Make Room for New Innovation

    In a blog post confirming the move, Jay Rossiter, senior vice president, Cloud Platform Group at Yahoo writes, "Over the past two years, our teams have been incredibly focused on our mission: making the world’s daily habits more inspiring and...

  2. Mobile SEO: 5 Ways to Ensure Your Brand's Content is Optimized

    RKG published data recently showing the percentage share of organic search visits across Google, Yahoo, and Bing quarterly from Q2 2012 to Q2 2013. Google's recent Hummingbird algorithm and the arrival of KitKat are forcing agencies and brands to...

  3. The Role of #Hashtags in Social Media and Search

    Just as searches are conducted on platforms other than Google, Bing, and Yahoo, search also happens on social platforms. Yahoo also displays #hashtag results as demonstrated in autocomplete: Recent Google updates have amplified visibility of...

  4. Google & Yahoo Reveal the Most Searched For Halloween Costumes of 2013

    Top Halloween Costumes on Yahoo Both Google and Yahoo agree that Minion costumes – from the "Despicable Me" movies – are the top trending costumes of 2013. Aside from Minion costumes, Yahoo's top 10 list is completely different from Google's.

  5. On International Women's Day, Marketers Share Challenges & Reasons to Celebrate

    The recent uproar over Yahoo disallowing working from home is a step back for women, and we need to keep pushing against family-unfriendly policies in the workplace. There are also women in more male dominated industries who are constantly pushing...

  6. How to Easily Get More Ad Traffic on Yahoo & Bing

    More than 158 million unique searchers access Yahoo search and Bing each month, which means that the unified marketplace has nearly 30 percent of search market share. Unfortunately, many advertisers report that their spend on adCenter is less than...

  7. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Yahoo The apparent inclusion of search blocking, widely regarded as Internet censorship. Complete immunity for search engines, webhosts and others who self-censor, an obvious damper on innovation and freedom of the web.