Over the past month we had a very volatile Google search ranking landscape. The whole month, the rankings and algorithms seemed to have not kept still at all. It wasn't a massive update in my opinion, but the shuffles have kept the SEO community unnerved... … [Read more...] about Daily Search Forum Recap: June 5, 2017
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It’s hard to make one box do two things: be there for search needs or be there for people to provide updates. Facebook, I think wisely, has seen its focus on encouraging the updates that are so crucial to being a social network (and that’s why the Update Status box is more prominent). Search? That’s a potentially valuable revenue source, but is it worth dramatically messing with user habits to try and encourage more of it? Potentially messing with your core revenue stream? … [Read more...] about A Yahoo-Facebook Search Partnership? Reality Check Time!
Thanks a lot. I have two. First, for Marissa, I wanted to just ask about the Google agreement. The deal is non-exclusive. It sounds like Yahoo! has the discretion as to which of the ad services it uses to monetize search queries. So can you just, for our benefit, walk us through the mechanics of how Yahoo! determines which of the queries are monetized by Microsoft, by Google, by Yahoo!? And then just broadly, how much do you think that this deal, this agreement could potentially improve search monetization?Marissa A. Mayer - President, Chief Executive Officer & Director … [Read more...] about Yahoo’s New Agreement With Google To Show Google Search Results & Ads
The new home page is a lot cleaner, tighter, but missing one glaring thing to me. The purple in the Yahoo! logo. They have purple in the search button but it seems like Yahoo's branded purple color may be going out? … [Read more...] about Marissa Mayer Cleans Up Home Page & Drops Purple Logo?
Whether you're a hard-core newspaper reader or an avid obtainer of news on the Internet, results from a Reuters' study show that 70% of people are disillusioned with traditional journalism and that 50% of them are turning to Internet news sources. Online news sources such as the New York Times inform us 17% of people who click on paid links are more likely to buy. Ask.com denounces speculation about becoming a Q&A site for women, firmly stating they will remain a search engine, just a slightly smaller one after their 40 person lay off. Don't bother looking for the new Nine Inch Nails album on shelves at the store because you won't find it. According to paidContent.org, the band continues the trend of using the Internet to launch their new album, allowing them to remain record-label-free. … [Read more...] about Ask.com Sings a Sad Song and Nine Inch Nails’ Album on Internet