With the assistance of locals, Google has updated its Maps to fill in many of the blanks of North Korea's most remote locations, providing a more detailed picture of the country. But North Korea won't be happy about Google's labeling of "gulags."
SEO will continue to grow up in 2012 to be much more influenced by the social, mobile, and local movements. Companies that successfully address, understand, and act on these movements will have a head start in the race for SEO excellence in Asia.
Yahoo has finished transitioning to a Bing back-end in every country except Korea (where Bing will take over by the end of the year). The near completion of the global transition should signal improved profitability for both Bing and Yahoo.
Looking back at some of the biggest game changers in our industry and what we can learn from them, as well as trends to watch out for in 2011.
Yahoo! announced it has resigned their agreement to provde Naver, Korea’s leading search portal, with their sponsored search listings. Overture Korea and ... read more
The San Franscisco Weekly reports in the article Craig$list.com, that the very popular classified ad site, its founder calls it an online ... read more
Yesterday, Firefox launched version 1.5 of its browser and at the same time announced a “stratgic partnership” with Yahoo in China, Japan, ... read more
Yahoo buy stakes in European, Korean portals from the Associated Press covers Yahoo spending about $500 million to acquire full ownership of ... read more