|Forum: Ask - Teoma|
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|41:|| AskCity: Ask.com Introduces New Services In One Interface|
"On Monday, Ask.com is introducing AskCity, a service that integrates maps with information about local businesses, restaurants, concert and movie listings and reviews. "
|Dec 4, 2006|
|42:|| AskJeeves Adds Comparison Search|
"Ask Jeeves is adding a new search tool to let people compare prices on products without leaving the search site, in partnership with comparative shopping site Kelkoo."
|July 1, 2004|
|43:|| AskJeeves Contextualizes Piracy?||May 27, 2005|
|44:|| AskJeeves Extends Advertising Agreement with Google through 2007|
"...relationship with Google as a provider of sponsored advertising links on Ask Jeeves global search and portal brands through 2007"
|July 26, 2004|
|45:|| AskJeeves Founder Running for California Governor|
Move over Ahhhnuld, here comes The Butler.
|Oct 3, 2003|
|46:|| AskJeeves Intros New Advanced Search Page||Oct 19, 2003|
|47:|| AskJeeves Launches Paid Inclusion|
Index Express, which has been positioned as an Ask Jeeves service, will match search queries from users "to the highly relevant deep content on an advertiser´s Web site,"
|July 10, 2002|
|48:|| AskJeeves Names New Insider CEO|
The best performing search stock of the last three years gets a new CEO from inside the ranks.
|Nov 4, 2003|
|49:|| AskJeeves and Get The Answers Over the phone|
"For an annual fee you will have a team of personal assistants at the end of the phone ready to help you. Additionally, your membership will give you access to an array of privileges and offers. "
|Nov 28, 2002|
|50:|| AskJeeves in Ad Distribution Partnership with BitTorrent|
"AskJeeves is working with peer-to-peer software company BitTorrent to place sponsored links on a new search engine that BitTorrent is about to launch..."
|May 26, 2005|
|51:|| AskJeeves to provide additional capabilities at bloglines|
Bloglines gets added capability.
|Mar 30, 2005|
|52:|| Barry Diller Interview: Why IAC Didn't Work|
"Now, after years of defending his Internet conglomerate, IAC/InterActiveCorp, Mr. Diller broke apart the company six weeks ago, explaining it was too complicated and in too many diverse businesses."
|Oct 7, 2008|
|53:|| Barry Diller Poised to Purchase Ask Jeeves|
Wall Street Journal is reporting that Barry Diller is in final talks to purchase Ask Jeeves.
|Mar 21, 2005|
|54:|| Blogmania Hits Jeeves Too|
Like Google, Yahoo, and MSN before it, AskJeeves also catches a nasty case Blog Envy.
|Feb 3, 2005|
|55:|| Could Microsoft Save Ask.com?|
"Microsoft Corp is viewed as the most likely buyer or partner for IAC/InterActiveCorp's Ask.com if CEO Barry Diller decides to throw in the towel on the struggling search engine."
|Oct 29, 2009|
|56:|| Direct Hit To Close Later in 2002|
SearchEngineWatch.com is reporting that you should, "Say your goodbyes to the Direct Hit search engine. Direct Hit is no longer the favored child of parent company Ask Jeeves, now that the company´s new baby, Teoma, is growing up."
|Feb 6, 2002|
|57:|| Happy Birthday AskJeeves|
"Ask Jeeves officially launched on April 7, and sold an initial public offering of shares in July 1999."
|Apr 9, 2003|
|58:|| IAC Has Bought About.com From The New York Times For $300M In Cash|
"...$300 million acquisition price includes About.com, ConsumerSearch.com and CalorieCount.com and the deal will close in the next several weeks. Full release below."
|Aug 27, 2012|
|59:|| IAC Reups with Google|
"...IAC Chief Executive Barry Diller said in a briefing Monday that the Google deal is worth in excess of $3.5 billion to IAC. "
|Nov 6, 2007|
|60:|| InfoSpace/Metacrawler Adds Teoma|
Businesswire reports that Teoma now is part of the SERPs at Infospace/Metacrawler.
|Dec 19, 2002|
|61:|| Jeeves Betas New Look Serps|
"Looks like ask redesigned their SERP's, there are now only three Google PPC's on top of results, so the organic Teoma's are now above the fold."
|Mar 2, 2005|
|62:|| Jeeves Goes Missing|
Ask Jeeves venerable mascot has gone missing from the Ask.com homepage.
|Sept 14, 2004|
|63:|| Jeeves IQ Top Word Tracking|
Like the Lycos top 50 and similar search engine pages, AskJeeves has introduced/updated the Jeeves IQ top search word page.
|July 10, 2002|
|64:|| Jeeves Moves To New Office Building|
"... signed an 8 1/2 year lease to move 170 employees to the 555 City Center building on Dec. 1."
|July 15, 2004|
|65:|| Jeeves Profit Sharply Higher|
"...net income from continuing operations rose to $17.1 million, or 25 cents per share, from $7.6 million, or 13 cents. Revenue nearly tripled to $86.1 million from $31.8 million."
|Feb 3, 2005|
|66:|| Jeeves Releases Top Search Terms of 2002|
Rankings in several categories are provided.
|Dec 14, 2002|
|67:|| Jeeves Search Growing Fast|
"Ask Jeeves reported a more than 50 percent increase in profits in the first quarter on the strength of its paid search listings partnership with Google."
|Apr 21, 2004|
|68:|| Jeeves Upgrades Personal Service|
"... Launched last year as the first major search engine to enable users to create their own “Personal Web,” MyAskJeeves allows users to save search queries and results, making it easy to find data they want to use again. With new added features and functionality, MyAskJeeves is now easier to use, more flexible and more robust."
|Apr 15, 2005|
|69:|| Kicking the Tires Again At Teoma|
An all around general coffee table session on Teoma.
|Jan 15, 2003|
|70:|| Lycos Partners with Ask -- for both Search and PPC|
Mercury News: "Oakland-based Ask.com and Lycos Inc., a leading web portal, announced a multiyear agreement whereby Ask.com will be the search and sponsored listings provider for the Lycos Network, including Lycos.com, Hotbot.com, Tripod.com and Angelfire.com."
|Nov 2, 2006|
|71:|| Lycos Switches to Jeeves|
"Lycos Inc. selected Ask Jeeves Inc.'s search technology for use on its Lycos.com search engine, the companies said on Wednesday, sending Ask Jeeves shares up more than 2 percent."
|Mar 3, 2005|
|72:|| Navy "AsksJeeves"|
"..AJ will provide results for a website called Ask the Chief".
|Mar 19, 2002|
|73:|| New Ask 3D, a Leap Forward?|
"Referred to as Ask 3D inside the company, the revamped search engine groups results by media type, including video, music, photos, news and blogs."
|June 5, 2007|
|74:|| New Look for Jeeves|
"Ask Jeeves is sporting a fresh new look, with a nice clean nav bar to What People are Asking, Breaking News, Browse by Subject and AJ Kids."
|June 12, 2002|
|75:|| Privacy Advocates Want Ask.com To Change AskEraser|
"We believe that the flaws are correctable, and hope that you will work to bring the reality of AskEraser in line with your stated objective of protecting your customers' privacy,"
|Dec 22, 2007|
|76:|| SERP Changes in Ask.com?||May 20, 2008|
|77:|| Teoma Adds URL Submission|
According to random reports, starting on Friday the 15th, Teoma will accept submissions. It appears to be a pay-for-play type setup at $30usd/$18usd per url.
|Feb 16, 2002|
|78:|| Teoma Database Update|
A major reordering of results.
|Aug 27, 2002|
|79:|| Teoma Hits the Ground Running|
Indepth review of the nets newest search engine from an interview with Paul Gardi of Teoma.
|Apr 4, 2002|
|80:|| Teoma Index Update|
Full Teoma database update. Vastly different results on Teoma and AskJeeves.
|May 22, 2002|