Yahoo! Search Trends: Breast Cancer Awareness

What does “Think Pink” mean to you? For many Americans, it means a chance to understand, advocate and educate about breast cancer. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) has increased recognition for breast cancer, and although breast cancer diagnosis rates have jumped 30% since 1990, thanks to improved treatment and early detection, fatalities have declined. […]

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An employee speaks out: Yahoo! Search is ready to fight

  • Posted September 23rd, 2011 at 10:07 am by Yahoo! Search
  • Categories: Search

Yahoo! Search’s Ethan Batraski just posted his opinion piece on Yodel (Yahoo!’s corporate blog) on “Yahoo! Search is ready to fight.” His post is the second in a Yodel blog series called “In My Own Words.” (Paul Cushman penned the first article in the series, which posted last week, Why Yahoo! is a player in […]

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Yahoo! Search Trends: Cold/Flu Season

 Flu Searches Trending Online: Swine Flu, Bird Flu, Homemade Cold Remedies Can you hear it? The coughing and sneezing that comes with the turn of the weather? Fall is almost here and cold/flu season is just around the corner. Each year on Yahoo!, searches for cold and flu related terms start rising at the end […]

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Search Alliance Continues Strong Global Momentum

  • Posted September 19th, 2011 at 9:53 am by Yahoo! Search
  • Categories: Search

The Yahoo! and Microsoft Search Alliance continues its great progress with the completion of algorithmic transition to Microsoft for all Asian markets, except for Korea. Users in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam are now able to enjoy a competitive choice in search. The team also recently completed European markets with algorithmic […]

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Yahoo! Rolls Out Redesign for Search Results Pages

At Yahoo!, we’re always looking for ways to make the Yahoo! Search experience even more organized and streamlined while serving the most relevant content.  We have been working to unify the search experiences across web, multimedia, and vertical search results pages with a design that is clean and intuitive.  Today, we are pleased to bring […]

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Site Explorer transition to Bing Webmaster Tools

As we announced in July, Bing Webmaster Tools are supporting the Yahoo! Site Explorer community. Webmasters should now be using the Bing Webmaster Tools to ensure that their websites continue to get high quality organic search traffic from Bing and Yahoo!. Since the middle of August 2011, the Bing Webmaster Tools have also been integrating […]

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If Yahoo! Searches Predicted the Emmy Winners, Dexter, Tina Fey & Glee Would Take Home Top Honors

The Emmys are less than one week away and while the votes from the academy haven’t been tallied yet, the results from Yahoo! are in. As the Academy weighs in on who deserves the winged statuette, Yahoo! searches reveal what shows gathered the most buzz during the eligibility period (June 1, 2010 – May 31, […]

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Yahoo! Search Trends: Top Online Political Searches

  • Posted September 7th, 2011 at 10:38 am by Yahoo! Search
  • Categories: Search

From the announcement of several jobs bills that President Obama  is expected to address tomorrow to campaign shakeups, most recently the departure of Michele Bachmann’s top campaign chief, this week has been full of political surprises.   On the eve of his jobs speech, searches on Yahoo! for “Obama approval rating” are up 102% in the past 30 days.  Additionally, […]

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