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

    Google is the main search engine, with close to 66 percent of the U.S.market; Yahoo is around 16 percent; Microsoft with their flagship Bing has 12%; Ask has 3.5%. When Google entered it was said it would never understand or be able to deal with...

  2. 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

  3. 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...

  4. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    After the Microsoft negotiations died, so did the Google deal. So they offered up a search advertising deal to Yahoo! Deal - Google made it quite clear they didn't want to see search engines #2 and 3 integrate.

  5. Google's Path to Domination

    History teaches a great deal, and battles have been won and lost in the search wars since the concept of choice was introduced to search. Today, Microsoft is trying to do the same thing Yahoo failed at five years ago.

  6. What is Valid Link Bait?

    Google tries to do it algorithmically, but takes manual action as well to deal to them, he told the crowd. Funny, I haven't seen any comments from Yahoo and Microsoft on this hoax -- though no doubt the added links are helping Money.co.uk in the...

  7. Top ten stories from SES New York – Day 2

    Battelle said Wayans spilled the beans on his YouTube deal as a “platinum partner” for WayOutTV.com. Nick gives a recap on his New York keynote speech about Microsoft's unsolicited bid for Yahoo, net neutrality, and the implications on human thinking.