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May 12th, 2004, 05:31 PM #1
My newest website is the biggest ever and I don't want to wait half a year for it to emerge from the sandbox.
There have been so many changes in the SE arena that I'm confused about the current options.
Is there a recommended paid inclusion scheme which offers a fast track to the serps?
May 12th, 2004, 05:34 PM #2
Not that i'm aware of.......got an email today from Webwurld..basically saying Yahoo is making a European version of Site Match...but not until maybe the autumn.......give me 2 minutes and i'll find the email and paste it.
May 12th, 2004, 05:36 PM #3
Here it is....
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> As you are probably aware, the search landscape changed dramatically on
Feb 29th with the launch of Yahoo SiteMatch. Inktomi, FAST and AltaVista
have become a single entity under the banner of Yahoo Sitematch, which
will also include results from Yahoo Search. This has meant that the
services you were able to resell through Webwurld no longer exist in
their previous form.
Since the move from multiple engines to a single submission point,
Dealgroup Media/ Webwurld have been in talks with Overture (who supply
Yahoo SiteMatch) to better understand how we can still provide a service
to all of our resellers. Up until this point, information has been
sketchy, hence we have not been able to give you any concrete details.
As of this week, it now transpires that the launch of SiteMatch is U.S.
specific and the launch for Europe will not occur until Q4 at the
earliest. This situation obviously has an effect on how we are able to
work with all of our resellers, hence we have taken the regrettable
decision to not relaunch Webwurld until the European launch of
SiteMatch. We will not be able to offer SiteMatch as a service in the UK
and /or Europe as the infrastructure is not in place.
In the interim, we will restructure and revamp Webwurld to allow for a
host of bundled products, along the lines of QuickSubmit ready for the
relaunch later this year. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
May 12th, 2004, 06:01 PM #4
SiteMatch is WAY too big a gamble - at 15 cents per click on top of the submission fees.
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