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    Google has taken over the world, but what's next...
    in search? Anyone hear of any new trends in online search?

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    Yes, it's very retro however.

    You phone your mom and she tells you what to do.

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    Bill Gates just bought Yahoo and he is combining msn and yahoo search engines so that you wont get any results until you download the free toolbar to search with. In 6 months no one will need a search engine at all anymore...
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    Red face
    MS needs to improve their search a bit before they start trying to entice or force people to use it..

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    yeah that's for sure. what did you mean when you said, "no more search engines" though? sounds like it's just going to work like the firefox toolbar. am i right?

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    it's the end of the world

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    I love msn and Yahoo! Yipppe

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    Yeah, but...
    don't fall for the submit trick. Yahoo, and MSN are trying to market traffic with a trick up the sleave. They offer this free submit, like Google does, but unlike Google they turn around and send you an email trying to sell you paid inclusions. I know. I fell for it, and the site never got in, and they sent me info on how to pay to get included. Remember, Bill is a real slickster, and so is his team.

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    PPC is the new trend

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyfalcon
    Bill Gates just bought Yahoo ...
    I also heard that he bought the internet from Al Gore....


    hehe..

    sorry, couldnt help myself..
    Last edited by Kend; June 30th, 2005 at 02:00 PM.

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    Actually the news is that "There is no news". From an earlier thread I posted, the shares of searches per major search engine have remained statistically unchanged since January according to Neilson results.
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    They haven't quite taken over the whole world. There are still people using the other engines with plastic in hand, and they click and they spend.

    No one can take over our own personal worlds unless we allow them to.

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    Fresh Water,is the new trend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker Jones
    don't fall for the submit trick. Yahoo, and MSN are trying to market traffic with a trick up the sleave. They offer this free submit, like Google does, but unlike Google they turn around and send you an email trying to sell you paid inclusions. I know. I fell for it, and the site never got in, and they sent me info on how to pay to get included. Remember, Bill is a real slickster, and so is his team.
    40 Billion $Bill Bill is not a slick marketing guy. He can't sell ice to eskimos. He prefers to sell ice strickly to barkeeps worldwide. Get it. Now the MSN & MSNBC crew know how to break/bend the rules so they're quaranteened from the rest of the MS campus. Just the hottie News interns get passes to go anywhere.
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    You don't ever have to submit to get into the search engine index, they find sites on their own through links.

    >>They offer this free submit

    Free submit to what? For what?

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