Alibaba Mulls Yahoo China Future After Bing Deal (PC World via Yahoo! News)

Friday, September 11th, 2009

Alibaba Group, which controls the Yahoo brand in China, has not decided how to manage the search engine’s algorithm after the tie-up between Yahoo and Microsoft’s Bing, the group CEO said Friday.

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Google develops algorithm to stem talent loss: WSJ (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

Google, concerned by the recent departures of several top executives, has developed an algorithm to try to identify which employees are likely to quit, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.

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Optimization for Yahoo (SEO Chat)

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Google may seem to own the search space these days but Yahoo still sees a respectable amount of traffic. Unlike Google Yahoo is a content producer as well as a search engine additionally they didn t start out as an algorithm-based search engine. How does that affect it today And what does that mean for you if you re trying to get your site viewed by Yahoo users Keep reading for the answers…. …

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Get noticed on Google: Personal profile pages to appear in Web searches (New York Daily News)

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

The world’s dominant search engine has tweaked its famed algorithm to give a featured spot to users with “Google profile” pages. In other words, sign up with Google and change how you appear online – once you’ve told Google all about yourself.

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Google Set To Change Ranking Algorithm (WebProNews)

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Google is set to make changes to its search ranking algorithm to combat the spate of links leading to malicious web pages appearing at the top of Google?s search results, according to an inside source. Over the past few months, cybercriminals have been using blackhat SEO techniques to manipulate search rankings . When it first began, they were marginally successful at following Google Trends to …

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Google Set To Change Ranking Algorithm (WebProNews)

Monday, April 20th, 2009

Google is set to make changes to its search ranking algorithm to combat the spate of links leading to malicious web pages appearing at the top of Google?s search results, according to an inside source. Over the past few months, cybercriminals have been using blackhat SEO techniques to manipulate search rankings . When it first began, they were marginally successful at following Google Trends to …

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