Our Tags For: Yahoo

Which browser possesses the largest search share from search engines other than Google?

If you are an avid user of Google do not panic when reading the title of this Silverback post. Google is in no danger at the present time of losing its position as king in the world of search engines. However, to deny the existence of other search engines is asinine and ad network Chitika […]

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Andrew Schulte leaving Google to join Yahoo as Chief of Staff

Back on July 18 Silverback Marketing reported that Marissa Mayer was leaving Google to join one of its competitors Yahoo as the new CEO. Many times when an individual leaves one company and starts to work for a competing organization that person may try to coerce some of his or her former colleagues to follow […]

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Another big month for Google in terms of search market share – how did the others perform?

It should come as no surprise to anyone that uses any of the different search engines online that Google continues to reign supreme in terms of user share. Google has firmly established itself as the king of search engine share with every month typically being a race to see which search engine can gather the […]

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Yahoo looking for a big return from the 2012 Summer Olympics

The Opening Ceremonies for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London is just two days away. Yahoo! has been preparing for that moment for nearly a year and a half, hoping to generate the same type of user numbers as the search engine did in previous Olympics. Yahoo’s Olympics coverage from the Vancouver and Beijing […]

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Marissa Mayer leaving Google to join Yahoo as the new CEO

The best time to be on the hunt for a new job is when you already have another great job in place. That is true in any situation, very true when it comes to moving from one online company to another. Google is the undisputed king in the search engine landscape, a position that Yahoo […]

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The Silverback Marketing Round-up for July 9-July 13, 2012

Identity theft is one of the most troubling aspects of internet security. Online users are continuously looking for ways to better protect themselves from the activities of individuals and groups that roam the internet looking to steal personal information. Unfortunately personal information, including passwords still get stolen and when it happens on a broad scale […]

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The launch of Bing’s Link Explorer

There was a Yahoo Search Blog post back in July 2011 informing Yahoo users that Site Explorer would eventually be shut down. Yahoo Site Explorer was a service that originally launched in 2005. A user could type a website address into the Site Explorer search bar and discover all the available pages for that particular […]

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Former Google executive Michael Barrett joins Yahoo

A couple of days ago on Monday, June 18, 2012, Silverback Marketing reported about the continued dominance of Google in the search landscape. The same report detailed the ongoing decline of Yahoo, a trend that has been an unfortunate consistency for the search engine that at one time was one of the most popular search […]

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Google remains the top United States choice for search while Yahoo continues its decline

Google being the most popular search engine in the United States is not brand new. The search engine giant has dominated the search landscape for quite some time now, yet Google refuses to rest on its laurels and continues to make improvements to the tool. The rest of the search engines we have to choose […]

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Scott Thompson, CEO of Yahoo steps down

It was less than one month ago on April 17 that Silverback Marketing reported good news for Yahoo!, a positive first quarter earning report. This inspired the first Yahoo!’s Yodel Anecdotal blog post from CEO Scott Thompson, a gentleman that had just taken over the reins as Yahoo CEO three months earlier. Thirteen days prior […]

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