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121: new post   MSN Search China (beta) launch
"The beta version of Microsoft's Chinese language search engine is now online. The beta offers web search and desktop search options along with some of the search refinement tools offered on other language versions of MSN Search."
Jan 17, 2006
122: new post   Baidu Chinese Search Engine Top Ten Key Word List for 2005
"A look at the top Internet searches in China for the year proves that the country's 103 million Internet users just want to have fun."
Dec 28, 2005
123: new post   Tencent Launches "QQ Search"
"Tencent joined the other Chinese portals and launched its own search engine at www.soso.com recently. According to Sina, Tencent uses Google's technology and may become an Adwords distribution agent for Google."
Dec 27, 2005
124: new post   Top Baidu Searches in 2005: MP3, Super Girl, Fairy Tale, QQ
"A look at the top Internet searches in China for the year proves that the country's 103 million Internet users just want to have fun."
Dec 27, 2005
125: new post   Japanese Government Looks To Develop Own Search Engine
"Japan will look into launching its own Internet search engine, a government official said Monday, signaling the country's interest..."
Dec 19, 2005
126: new post   Alibaba aquires Yahoo China
"China's largest e-commerce website Alibaba on Tuesday announced it had successfully acquired the entire assets of Yahoo! China and gained one billion US dollars of investment in the merger."
Nov 1, 2005
127: new post   Baidu accused of executing DDOS attacks
8848, a Chinese e-commerce website, has filed suit against Baidu, claiming the firm attacked its server and made 8848 inoperable for 26 hours.
Sept 5, 2005
128: new post   New auDA policies regarding the sale of misleading domain names.
It seems the days of typosquatting are now over in Australia. The question is, "will other countries follow suit?"
July 26, 2005
129: new post   China Internet Survey Report
CNNIC provides extensive reports on the Internet market in China.
July 22, 2005
130: new post   The importance of hosting Top Sites in China; Myth or Reality?
"... in order to build any large scale Chinese web site (similar in scale to Baidu, Sina, netease, etc.) do you need to host your servers locally in China ..."
July 9, 2005
131: new post   The importance of hosting Top Sites in China; Myth or Reality?
A good discussion about the optimal physical hosting location for sites targeting the mainland China market.
July 8, 2005
132: new post   Baidu.com Gets Ready for IPO
"According to published reports in China, Google CEO Eric Schmidt was in Beijing last week meeting with Baidu officials. Mountain View, Calif.-based Google has a 4% stake in the company, and it is unclear whether Schmidt's visit was connected to that investment or other business."
July 5, 2005
133: new post   eBay move 1 step deeper in China with Global Sources
"Global Sources will provide its clients with the opportunity to market their merchandise directly to individuals and businesses in China through eBay EachNet, eBay's website in China. eBay EachNet's PowerSellers will therefore be able to easily find more sources for high-quality products at lower prices."
June 17, 2005
134: new post   Google Seeking Korean Users
"Google began a bus tour in which students can climb into the two-story vehicle and try out Google's desktop search engine and receive Gmail accounts, which have 2 gigabytes of storage."
May 16, 2005
135: new post   Google On The Ground in China
...and they used to say that only Nixon could go to China...
May 3, 2005
136: new post   AliBaba Payment Processing in China
" Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba is launching an online payment service it hopes will become the preferred way to buy things online in the world's second-biggest Internet market by users."
Mar 5, 2005
137: new post   Naver Japan to discontinue search services.
As of January 31, 2005 the search engine, along with other services, will cease to be.
Jan 12, 2005
138: new post   New Chinese Search Engine - Accoona
Mooted for some time, it is now live. But is it useful?
Dec 13, 2004
139: new post   Google News being blocked in China
China Syndrome Part 4 (or is this 5?). This issue is not going away any time soon.
Dec 2, 2004
140: new post   Yahoo Japan to Offer 1 gbps Broadband
"Softbank will provide the service at speeds of up to one gigabits per second and charge users 4,200, or $38, a month, the company said in a statement."
Oct 5, 2004
141: new post   Thai and Vietnamese Search Engines
Sept 11, 2004
142: new post   Yahoo Japan Releases New Guidelines for Advertisers
"...any web site deemed by Yahoo JP to be travel related must be a member of the Japan Association of Travel Agents or All Nippon Travel Agents Association and have a business in Japan. This applies even if the business and the focus of the site is outside of Japan."
Sept 1, 2004
143: new post   Google News Japan & Korea
"...Google News Japan and Google News Korea is working."
Sept 1, 2004
144: new post   Physical hosting and SEO
Is the actual physical location of the server a MAJOR factor in region-specific sites?
Aug 17, 2004
145: new post   Korean Daum to Aquire U.S. Search Portal Lycos
July 28, 2004
146: new post   New Chinese Business Search Engine
"China Daily Information Company and China Communications Corp have announced a partnership to develop a business search engine "utilizing a new and proprietary Artificial Intelligence Technology"
July 9, 2004
147: new post   Telstra to Unveil New Aussie Search Engine
"Sensis - which owns the Yellow and White Pages telephone directory businesses - will announce its new search engine at a briefing for analysts and media next Tuesday."
July 5, 2004
148: new post   Google Launches New Chinese Search Services
"The services include a Chinese-English dictionary, weather reports, and people tracking capabilities."
June 29, 2004
149: new post   Yahoo Opens Yisou.com - A New Chinese Search Engine
Yahoo has launched a new Chinese-Language search-engine/portal for China.
June 21, 2004
150: new post   Overture Australia Signs News Interactive
Google loses another one to Yahoo.
June 11, 2004
151: new post   Google Invests in Baidu
"Google is making an investment in one of China's largest search engines, Baidu, which means ``hundred times.'' Google won't comment, but the investment was confirmed by U.S. investor Tim Draper of Menlo Park's Draper Fisher Jurvetson, which invested $10 million in Baidu. "
June 9, 2004
152: new post   Yahoo Japan no longer uses Google.
After much speculation, it seems Yahoo Japan is not using Google for search results anymore, a move that is hoped will rev up the SE battle in japan.
June 9, 2004
153: new post   Yahoo Japan no longer uses Google.
After much speculation, it seems Yahoo Japan is not using Google for search results anymore, a move that is hoped will rev up the SE battle in japan.
June 1, 2004
154: new post   Korea's Daum - The World's #7 Site - Sues Microsoft
"Daum said that its domestic market share in instant messenger services fell sharply to 6.4 percent as of April 2003 from 20.3 percent in August 2001, while Microsoft's share rose to 75.5 percent from 29.4 percent."
May 17, 2004
155: new post   Korean PPC Player Zingu drops Wisenut for OpenBase
"... switching their backfill partner from Wisenut Korea to Openbase, an prominent local search solutions company..."
Apr 14, 2004
156: new post   China's Web search Engines Rev Up?
Forbes: "...homegrown Internet search firms said on Wednesday they were upgrading technology ... just weeks after the search giant's foray into a market seen worth some $100 million in 2004."
Mar 10, 2004
157: new post   Sensis Acquires LookSmart Australian assets
" Sensis are the advertising subsidiary of Telstra. They operate Yellow pages, White pages, GoEureka and CitySearch."
Jan 21, 2004
158: new post   Rakuten Signs on with FAST
"Rakuten Ichiba includes over 13,941 registered businesses and receives an average of over 25 million page views per day, year round."
Jan 14, 2004
159: new post   FindWhat To Enter Japanese Market
"... entering the Japanese market through a partnership with holding company Mitsui. ... The Mitsui offering will compete with those of Overture Services and Google."
Oct 6, 2003
160: new post   Best solution for PPC in Asia?
"I run a site which has a strong potential revenue stream from South-East Asia, and I'd like to market my site to particularly Korea, Japan, and China."
Aug 3, 2003
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