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rlnarain360




msg:27139
 6:06 pm on Jun 7, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi I am new to SEO & SEM,

I would like to is there any resource or site where i will get the info. reg. the Paid Inclusion engines and their search results partners. Say, Overture is listing in MSN , Yahoo. Likewise, i would like to what are all the other Paid inclusion options available, and wht geometry they cover.

thx. in advance.

 

DaveAtIFG




msg:27140
 8:14 pm on Jun 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

This page [bruceclay.com] used to be pretty accurate and complete, haven't checked carefully lately.

heini




msg:27141
 8:25 pm on Jun 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

Here's the partners/outlets of the ATW Ex-Fast, Now-OV PFI:
[webmasterworld.com...]

From the top of my head only the Eniro group has gone to Google since.

Altavista is with some minor exceptions nowhere licensed these days.

sagerock




msg:27142
 8:47 pm on Jun 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi rlnarain360,

I'm with you, to an extent. Right this minute, I'm having a discussion with my partner about secondary pay per click partners.

You asked for 'pay for inclusion' engines but referenced Overture. So I thought I might talk about the pay per click field. Pay for inclusion engines would include Inktomi, Teoma and Fast. But that's a whole other can of worms.

I'm interested in FindWhat, Ah-Ha, Search123, and Kanoodle, myself.
But let me see if I can help you.
Here are some Overture Partners:
Yahoo!
MSN
InfoSpace
Netscape
Wanadoo
AOL Europe
United Online
ESPN.com
Gator

Here are some Google AdWords Partners:
AT&T
AOL Search
Ask Jeeves
BizRate.com
CompuServe
DealTime.com
Dogpile.com
Earthlink.com
Excite.com
Comcast.net
Google.com
InfoSpace.com
Mamma.com
MetaCrawler.com
Myway.com
New York Times
Netscape
Searchalot.com
Searchresult.net
Shopping.com
Sympatico - CA
Teoma
Xupiter.com
Yahoo - Japan

FindWhat Partners:
CNETís Search.com
Excite
Webcrawler
NBCi
MetaCrawler
Dogpile
Go2Net
Here is a more thorough listing from this thread:
[webmasterworld.com...] :
Dogpile* Search results 31-35 on page 1
Canada.com* Search results 21-25 on page 1
Infospace* Search results 21-25 on page 1
NBCI* Search results 21-25 on page 1
SearchGalore After searchgalore paid results
CNET 6 thu 8th spots from "The Web" search and first 5 results on "see more Search partners results"
Mamma Random listings in search results
Metacrawler Random listings in search results
Search.com 6 thu 8th spots from "Search partners" search and first 5 results on "see more Search partners results"
Excite.com Listings 17-20 in regular search results
Webcrawler Listings 17-20 in regular search results

Ah-Ha Partners:
AltaVista
LookSmart
Earthlink
InfoSpace

Search123 Partners:
United Online's NetZero and Juno sites.
WWW.com
Razorsearch
TurboFind.com
Ion Finance

Kanoodle Partners:
Infospace (Dogpile and Metacrawler)
Hotbar.com
galaxy
cnet

This is just the tip of the iceberg for all of these engines. This question is ripe for a relationship chart. If anyone else has any additional partnerships to add to this list I would love to see 'em.

seth_wilde




msg:27143
 8:55 pm on Jun 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

PT lists the top partners of the PFI they offer here [positiontech.com]

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