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|601:|| Ask Jeeves Loses the Frames!|
Appears the default is now for frames to be off on AskJeeves.
|Ask - Teoma||June 18, 2004|
|602:|| Ask Jeeves Releases New Search Features|
"The Emeryville search engine unveils today a feature called binoculars. It lets you preview the results returned by a search query without actually clicking on each one."
|Ask - Teoma||June 21, 2004|
|603:|| Ask Jeeves to Make Changes to Paid Inclusion Program|
AskJeeves drops paid inclusion and Yahoo considers it.
|Ask - Teoma||June 23, 2004|
|604:|| 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."
|Ask - Teoma||July 1, 2004|
|605:|| Ask Jeeves CEO Says The Surf Search Box Is Their Focus|
"Our goal is to get everybody to enter the Web through the white search box. "
|Ask - Teoma||July 12, 2004|
|606:|| 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."
|Ask - Teoma||July 15, 2004|
|607:|| 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"
|Ask - Teoma||July 26, 2004|
|608:|| Ask Jeeves Partners With Citysearch|
Ask Jeeves is announcing its partnership with Los Angeles-based Citysearch on Tuesday and expects to start delivering this type of information either this month or in September, said Jim Lazone, Ask Jeeves' senior vice president of search properties.
|Ask - Teoma||Aug 3, 2004|
|609:|| Jeeves Goes Missing|
Ask Jeeves venerable mascot has gone missing from the Ask.com homepage.
|Ask - Teoma||Sept 14, 2004|
|610:|| Ask Jeeves Set Up Charitable Site for Red Cross|
"Ask Jeeves will donate 100 percent of the profits generated from searches conducted on this site with a minimum donation of $50,000 and a maximum donation of $1 million."
|Ask - Teoma||Sept 18, 2004|
|611:|| Ask Jeeves Gets More Personal, More Local and Taps Topix.net|
Topix lands first major portal deal.
|Ask - Teoma||Sept 24, 2004|
|612:|| Ask Jeeves Enters Desktop Search Game|
Ask Jeeves' desktop search lets users search by document type, search just part of their computer and sort the results by a bunch of parameters.
|Ask - Teoma||Dec 15, 2004|
|613:|| Blogmania Hits Jeeves Too|
Like Google, Yahoo, and MSN before it, AskJeeves also catches a nasty case Blog Envy.
|Ask - Teoma||Feb 3, 2005|
|614:|| 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."
|Ask - Teoma||Feb 3, 2005|
|615:|| Ask buys Bloglines : Rumors Pan Out||Ask - Teoma||Feb 8, 2005|
|616:|| 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."
|Ask - Teoma||Mar 2, 2005|
|617:|| 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."
|Ask - Teoma||Mar 3, 2005|
|618:|| Barry Diller Poised to Purchase Ask Jeeves|
Wall Street Journal is reporting that Barry Diller is in final talks to purchase Ask Jeeves.
|Ask - Teoma||Mar 21, 2005|
|619:|| AskJeeves to provide additional capabilities at bloglines|
Bloglines gets added capability.
|Ask - Teoma||Mar 30, 2005|
|620:|| 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."
|Ask - Teoma||Apr 15, 2005|
|621:|| Ask Jeeves Acquires Excite Europe|
"Ask Jeeves, Inc... acquisition of Excite Italia B.V., the operator of Excite Europe, a network of pan-European portal properties, from Tiscali, S.p.A. Ask Jeeves acquired the U.S.-operated Excite.com portal in March 2004."
|Ask - Teoma||May 20, 2005|
|622:|| 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..."
|Ask - Teoma||May 26, 2005|
|623:|| AskJeeves Contextualizes Piracy?||Ask - Teoma||May 27, 2005|
|624:|| Ask Jeeves - AJ Interactive Division Launches New Services|
"... offering email marketing, search results marketing (on AJ and the various properties they own) and what appears to be a "higher level" contextual advertising program."
|Ask - Teoma||July 13, 2005|
|625:|| Ask Jeeves Reportedly Gearing Up Paid Search Platform?|
"Another choice for PPC coming soon..."
|Ask - Teoma||July 28, 2005|
|626:|| Ask Jeeves officially launches its advertising network|
"SAN FRANCISCO - Backed by a new owner known for shaking up the status quo, Ask Jeeves Inc. is launching an upstart advertising network powered by its own search engine..."
|Ask - Teoma||Aug 1, 2005|
|627:|| Ask Jeeves To Increase Staff by 20%|
"Barry Diller's Internet empire expects to increase the staff at its Ask Jeeves search engine by about 20%, Ask Jeeves head Steve Berkowitz says. The expansion comes as Jeeves, which employs 650 workers now..."
|Ask - Teoma||Dec 19, 2005|
|628:|| Teoma merged with Ask.com, now "self service" without Jeeves|
"The new Ask.com features a slick, do-it-yourself toolbox that helps users refine more types of searches with the first click of their computer mouse for maps, images, dictionaries, weather, local info or documents stored on their computers."
|Ask - Teoma||Feb 27, 2006|
|629:|| Why Does Ask (jeeves) Not Run a PPC Campaign|
"Overture shows 669,855 searches for "search engine" and Ask doesn't even show up in the top-30 organic results on G."
|Ask - Teoma||May 18, 2006|
|630:|| Blogger Ranking in Bing vs Google vs Yahoo|
"...so Yahoo is definitely not just a clone of Bing's index. If you narrow the search terms in Yahoo! to include the specific part number mentioned in the blog post then it jumps to #3 but the more generic term doesn't rank anywhere close to Bing's."
|Bing Search Engine News||Sept 4, 2010|
|631:|| Bing Maps Adds Transit Routing Directions|
"So, for those of you who like to take the bus, subway, or local rail you now can turn to Bing Maps."
|Bing Search Engine News||Sept 17, 2010|
|632:|| Bing Launches Rewards (Preview)|
"We're launching a preview of Bing Rewards in the US and look forward to collecting user feedback to help shape and improve the program."
|Bing Search Engine News||Sept 22, 2010|
|633:|| Control Between Yahoo vs Bing Ads?|
"Wouldn't it be a good idea to have the ability to show Yahoo Search users a different set of ads than you would show Bing users?"
|Bing Search Engine News||Oct 10, 2010|
|634:|| Bing Connects With Facebook For A More Social SERPs Experience|
"Today we are announcing these two new exciting features with Facebook, Liked Results and Facebook Profile Search."
|Bing Search Engine News||Oct 14, 2010|
|635:|| Bing SERPs Update?|
"Anyone else seeing changes in their Bing positions?"
|Bing Search Engine News||Nov 20, 2010|
|636:|| Google Finds Bing Using Google Serps as Ranking Signal|
Bing has been watching what people search for on Google, the sites they select from Google's results, then uses that information to improve Bing's own search listings. Bing doesn't deny this.[br][br]As a result of the apparent monitoring, Bing's relevancy is potentially improving (or getting worse) on the back of Google's own work. Google likens it to the digital equivalent of Bing leaning over during an exam and copying off of Google's test.
|Bing Search Engine News||Feb 1, 2011|
|637:|| Bing Testing Personalized and Location-Based Search|
...something relatively simple: automatically tailoring search results based on your physical location. As 76% of people use search engines to plan trips, events or social gatherings, Bing Local has always provided you with maps to nearby business listings, authoritative reviews and areas of interest. Starting today, we're going a step further with new improvements that take into account where you are and serve locally relevant information directly in the body of the results page.[br][br]Second, we're introducing a feature that helps Bing present the most relevant website based on an individual's previous searches.
|Bing Search Engine News||Feb 17, 2011|
|638:|| Bing Goes More Social and Extends Facebook "Liked" Results|
"A few months ago, we announced an exciting partnership with Facebook to make search more social. As part of that work, we introduced Liked Results, which promotes links your friends have publicly liked or shared via Facebook. Today we are extending Liked Results to annotate any of the URLs returned by our algorithmic search results to all users in the US."
|Bing Search Engine News||Feb 25, 2011|
|639:|| Bing Teams Up With KAYAK In Travel Search|
Teaming up with KAYAK, a leading innovator in travel search, allows us [Bing] to provide a more comprehensive travel search experience. In the coming weeks KAYAK will provide flight search results in the U.S. from multiple cities, airports and airlines, giving customers access to a larger set of flight itineraries as they work to plan and book travel on Bing. [br][br]For Bing, this means we can focus our development resources on delivering even more unique and valuable features for customers. In essence, this lets us do more for our customers as we continue to invest in next-generation travel experiences.
|Bing Search Engine News||Mar 5, 2011|
|640:|| Bing Improves Its Mobile Browse Experience|
...we launched updates to the Bing for Mobile browse (m.bing.com) making it easier for you to get and view information while on the go.[br][br]New features in this update include better and faster image search, real-time transit and directions, app search for the iPhone, and more.[br][br] Utilizing HTML5, the new features are offered on Smartphone browsers for the iPhone and Android.[br][br]If you have a Windows Phone 7 device, don't worry, Windows Phone 7 just announced that it will support HTML5 later this year so these updates will work great at that time.
|Bing Search Engine News||Mar 23, 2011|