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  1. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    We brought IndexTools to North America, which eventually was sold to Yahoo in 2008. After the sale of our core technology (which turned it into Yahoo Web Analytics and eventually was FREE), we had to focus back on services to grow revenue.

  2. Marin Software Adds Support for Russia's Largest Search Engine

    This is another win for global advertising support for the platform, as Yandex joins the list of already supported engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo Japan, and Baidu. Global brands often use different local agencies that use various tools to manage...

  3. SEO Strategies for JavaScript-Heavy Single Page Applications or AJAX Sites

    And while Google has been continuously evolving the JavaScript capabilities of its robots, Bing/Yahoo has lagged. As the hashtag part of a URL is visible to the local browser but not the server, standard bot indexing practices that follow links...

  4. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    How do we report issues with information being listed on search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing? Choosing a local search automation vendor can be a complicated and intimidating decision for companies with hundreds or thousands of brick-and...

  5. Google Censorship Ruling in Canada Has Worldwide Implications

    In May, Argentinian model Maria Belen Rodriguez took both Google and Yahoo to court to demand the search engines remove images linking her to pornographic sites. The possibilities are endless since local rules of freedom of expression often differ...

  6. Local SEO & Listing Management: A Blueprint for Multi-Location Brand Success

    Links to review sites like Google+, Yahoo Local, Yelp, Angie's List, and others. Map rankings can easily improve when pages with localized URLs are attached to Google, Yahoo, and Bing map listings. Claim and manage your map listings across Google...

  7. Future of Search & Content Marketing: Expand Your Mindset

    Google, Bing, and Yahoo aren’t going away, but they will become less important in the grand scheme of content marketing. For some, that means local channels. Pinterest (we covered Pinterest’s move to local marketing at SEW, here)