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Aug 11, 2011 / by Robyn Storms

A Fresh Look For Yahoo Image Search

Yahoo’s Image Search has undergone a face lift resulting in a cleaner, more organized layout. The changes went live yesterday and were announced on the Yahoo Search blog.

When a search is performed, the results page shows pictures in a grid with each image equally sized. If you hover over

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Jul 15, 2010 / by Greg Shuey

Yahoo Will Begin Testing Bing Powered Results This Month

Yahoo recently sent out an email to their advertisers that discusses some of the organic Yahoo to Bing transition topics. The email goes over some of the basic questions about the transition and gives some pointers, but it adds some appreciated

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May 28, 2010 / by Greg Shuey

Yahoo Redesigns Image and Video Search Pages to Show Trending Results

Yahoo announced today it redesigned Yahoo! Image and Video search results pages to include the most popular trending topics that people are searching for.

These new pages are no longer bland and boring, and now shows up to five pages of topics that are trending in search. One really

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Jul 1, 2008 / by Dave Bascom

Google Gets Flash-y

Until now, creating a site in Flash was a sure fire way to guarantee zero search engine visibility. Sure, there were things you could do like sIFR and SWFObject, but these and other work-arounds required some extra work and a level of expertise. Adobe just announced that they are

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Mar 25, 2008 / by Peter Ehat

Does SEO Die on Web 3.0?

Hey, Marty, would you mind parking the DeLorean for me while I finish up this blog post? Thanks.

Hi, everyone! I've just come back from the future. Well, not really. I've actually just been reading through a bunch of articles about the Semantic Web as envisioned by

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