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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. Over the past few months, voice search has shown significant improvement and attention: Conversational search capability has come to desktop search, allowing...

  2. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    It's not like Facebook; it's not like Yahoo. He personally controls every submission that is posted, unlike mega social media platforms like Facebook, in which owner Mark Zuckerberg has negligible personal involvement.

  3. Inside the SES New York 2013 Expo Hall: Networking, Pinball & Swag

    At the welcome desk stood Liz Walton, who said that their software assists customers structure their business profiles on websites like Yahoo, White Pages, and Patch. Their “customer success team” assists big name clients such as FedEx and REI and...

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

    There are also women in more male dominated industries who are constantly pushing the boundaries and achieving things that others have not done before them which acts as good inspiration for all women – [Yahoo CEO] Marissa Mayer would be a great...

  5. 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! That mashup not only improves the search experience by...

  6. Search Engine Users Dislike Personalized Search But Like the Results

    Yahoo was second with a measly 6 percent – interestingly, Bing wasn’t even mentioned. A recent search engine user study shares insight into current search trends and user desires, revealing just how people feel about targeted advertising, personal...

  7. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and AOL are on board with a new White House “Do Not Track” technology plan that will give more control to users and more power to the Federal Trade Commission. Companies that are [Digital Advertising Alliance] members...