|Forum: European Search Engines|
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|1:|| German Search News Listing Law Gets Legs with Backing By Cabinet|
The German cabinet gave its backing Wednesday to a draft law extending copyright protection to snippets of news articles republished by search engines, although proposals to make bloggers pay to quote articles they comment on have been dropped. Google said it was a bad day for the Internet in Germany. The law is about piracy and stealing content on the internet, said federation spokeswoman Anja Pasquay. Search engines are pirating content by publishing the snippets, "and they don't even ask, they simply take it," she said.
|Aug 29, 2012|
|2:|| New German Copyright Law Would Force Google to Pay for Listings|
"...the draft law would make search engines pay for reproducing newspapers' headlines and first paragraphs. So, take those away and the links are fine. Even if nobody will have the faintest idea what they're linking to."
|Aug 22, 2012|
|3:|| Yandex Roars From Russia With Possible $9B US IPO!|
Russia's largest Internet company Yandex LLC has been given a preliminary valuation of between $6 billion and $9 billion ahead of its initial public offering on the U.S.'s Nasdaq exchange, a person familiar with the company's plans said Friday.[br][br]Yandex has a 65% share of Russia's Internet search market, which is one of the few countries in Europe not dominated by Google. Yandex also operates in the Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
|Apr 15, 2011|
|4:|| Yandex Launches Latin Script Version To Expand Audience Internationally|
"The global search is also available at the company's experimental www.yandex.com launched for testing new search algorithms."
|May 19, 2010|
|5:|| Lycos Europe Plans To Sell Assets and Close|
"Loss-making Lycos Europe plans to sell some of its assets and close the rest after failing to find an investor..."
|Dec 2, 2008|
|6:|| Europeans Widen Investigation Into Search Data Retention|
"A European Union investigation set off by concerns over how long Google stores user information has widened to include all Internet search engines."
|June 22, 2007|
|7:|| Europe's Telecoms Plan Mobile Phone Search Engine|
"Europe's biggest telecoms groups are aiming to create a mobile phone search engine that could challenge Yahoo! and Google, the US giants." - Telegraph.co.uk
|Feb 4, 2007|
|8:|| Choosing Multilingual SEOs||Jan 10, 2007|
|9:|| Germany Pulls Out Of Euro Search Engine Project Quaero|
"Earlier this week, Hartmut Schauerte, state secretary in the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, told an auditorium full of high-ranking political officials and chief executives that the government would end its involvement in the Quaero consortium."
|Dec 21, 2006|
|10:|| Translating a US Site for European Markets||Mar 10, 2006|
|11:|| Eniro Buys Espotting Activities In Scandinavia|
Miva announces Eniro as their first "private label partner" in Europe. The agreement covers all four Nordic markets - Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.
|July 7, 2005|
|12:|| Which are the leading search engines in Europe?|
An update to the leading portals & search engines in Europe.
|July 5, 2005|
|13:|| Euro SEO/SEM Expected to Skyrocket 65% In Next Year|
"Search engine marketing is heading for the commercial big time with analysts predicting that the sector will generate €1.4bn of spending in Europe in 2005, a 65 per cent year-on-year increase. The longer term prospects for commercial search marketing, which includes paid listings, contextual search, site optimisation and paid inclusions, are even brighter, according to Forrester Research."
|Mar 17, 2005|
|14:|| Finding German up-to-date Search Engine Data|
Short, but good post on finding German Search traffic numbers.
|Mar 17, 2005|
|15:|| T-Online to launch own Desktop Search Engine|
"The engine will be a modified version of what Copernic offers to customers since quite a while."
|Mar 8, 2005|
|16:|| Consolidation Comes to Euro SEO as Notabene.net Is Acquired|
"... becoming Scandinavia’s biggest player on the rapidly growing market. Notabene.net taken over by the successful Danish media house, Danmark Online A/S, with a view to carrying on Notabene.net as the common name and framework of its European objectives."
|Feb 10, 2005|
|17:|| Local domains / local hosting in Europe?||May 24, 2004|
|18:|| ADSL Takes off in Parts of Europe|
While Cable Modem service appears to be winning over DSL in the States, the trend is just the opposite in much of Europe. ADSL is now the tops for broadband connections in the Netherlands
|Mar 24, 2004|
|19:|| Yahoo Search and Overture SiteMatch In Relation to European Scene|
" was just wondering if it even effects SEMs mainly operating in Germany. I would like to collect some information and opinions about its impact on the german market."
|Mar 24, 2004|
|20:|| Yahoo To Pull out of Scandinavia|
"Yahoo! will pull out of Scandinavia at the end of the month, closing its Nordic branch in Copenhagen which covers Norway and Sweden in addition to Denmark"..
|Jan 22, 2004|
|21:|| Sweden: Search Engines and Directories|
A fresh look at the important swedish search engines & directories 2003
|Oct 11, 2003|
|22:|| Google Delivers Search Results and AdWords for T-Online|
"T-Online -- a large German ISP -- started using Google search results and Google AdWords."
|Aug 12, 2003|
|23:|| Most used search engines in the Netherlands|
2003 statistics on dutch search engine referals
|May 14, 2003|
|24:|| Polish directories and search engines 2003|
A brushed up look at Polish directories and search engines
|May 6, 2003|
|25:|| Eniro Switching To Google Results|
Eniro represents one of Europes largest search engine groups. "In April, there will be a successive exchange to Google from Eniro's existing web index. The change will start in the Nordic region, the countries affected by this are Sweden (evreka.com), Denmark (eniro.dk), Norway (kvasir.no), and Finland (suomi24.fi)."
|Mar 31, 2003|
|26:|| German Search Traffic: Real World Figures|
Thread by our German webmasters on their search traffic.
|Mar 16, 2003|
|27:|| Kvasir - Norway Increases Market Share|
"Norwegian search engine Kvasir reportedly had 347 million queries in 2002. An increase from 217 million in 2001"
|Feb 4, 2003|
|28:|| Real World Scandinavian Search Numbers|
Sampling of search referral numbers from Scandinavian search engines.
|Jan 21, 2003|
|29:|| Meta Search Engine Vivisimo Opens German Site|
German sources are Dino, Nathan, and Fireball...Other searches include Google via Netscape, Fast via Lycos, AV, INK and LS, so no German engines are necessary in the first place.
|Jan 13, 2003|
|30:|| Domains Count For Europe|
Approximate count of domains in Europe.
|Dec 31, 2002|
|31:|| Yahoo Europe Goes Google|
Default Google SERPS on all Euro Yahoos except UK.
|Dec 17, 2002|
|32:|| Mass Block of Spain's Internet Sites Fading to Black|
An oppressive new government censorship and ecommerce law is causing hundreds of websites to close down in Spain. Many other ecommerce sites are blocking sales to Spain because they can't comply with the new law.
|Oct 29, 2002|
|33:|| Translation for European Languages|
Where to start and who to do it?
|Oct 23, 2002|
|34:|| European Search Engine Chart|
Mapping the complex relationships of search engines in Europe.
|Sept 16, 2002|
|35:|| Internet Penetration in Europe|
General survey on European net numbers.
|Sept 2, 2002|
|36:|| Espotting Lands Lycos Europe|
Lycos Europe has signed a new deal pan-european with Espotting. Espotting is going to provide PPC listings to Lycos channel and directory sections."
|July 29, 2002|
|37:|| Overture France Online|
Although reach through partners is rather slim by now the introduction of the bid tool and the suggestion tool are good news for webmasters targeting France.
|July 22, 2002|
|38:|| Fast on Nomade/Tiscali in France|
Tiscali in France appears to have switched to Fast based results.
|July 9, 2002|
|39:|| Espotting extends reach in Spain & Italy|
"Espotting now has announced the extension of the partnership with Altavista for Italy, Spain and France."
|July 6, 2002|
|40:|| Yahoo goes PFI in Norway|
"Yahoo Norway has finally gone PFI for commercial sites."
|July 6, 2002|