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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Google search manipulation starves some websites of traffic – PCWorldHarvard Business School associate professor Ben Edelman, who is a paid Microsoft consultant, puts out another anti-Google study, this time on flight search, and reports an "85...

  2. Will Yahoo Torch its Search Deal With Microsoft, Outsource Search to Google?

    Is the Microsoft-Yahoo Search Alliance on life support? Microsoft, Google in active discussions” with Google about Google taking over Yahoo’s search business. Less than a year later, Microsoft and Yahoo struck a 10-year search deal in which Bing...

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

    A Microsoft spokesperson explained their decision not to join the #StopSOPA blackout to Search Engine Watch: Several early SOPA supporters backed out, either under pressure from consumers or in light of their learning more of what it entailed...

  4. Biggest Search Events of 2011 & Predictions for 2012

    Microsoft-Yahoo Search Alliance The Microsoft-Yahoo Search Alliance gave Microsoft direct access to some of Yahoo's search technologies as part of a 10-year licensing deal. Ostensibly, the alliance was part of an aim to deliver faster, more...

  5. Q3 Paid Search Spend Data Bodes Well for Google; Bing Continues to Slide

    In mid-September, we reported that Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL plan to pool their Class 2 display ads – the ones they can’t get rid of – to up the inventory of each property. Google’s paid search ad spend is up 32 percent YoY in the U.S.and 23 percent...

  6. Should the Government Decide Where You Rank at Google?

    But they're not doing anything that, apparently, competitors such as Microsoft and Yahoo are not doing also. And search engines have responded by returning a variety of different types of results in one place, such as news, local results, images...

  7. 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%. Google has entered the operating system market and Microsoft is stepping up its...