|Forum: Asia and Pacific Region|
|Displaying Topics 161 - 200 (174 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|161:|| Infoseek Japan and Lycos Japan to Merge|
Lycos Japan and Infoseek Japan have announced they will combine their portals into one portal. The question is will this be a good move for the japanese Market?
|June 4, 2003|
|162:|| Australia Opens Pandora Archive|
"The National Library of Australia has been spidering sites that have consented to have their content archived in a local version of the Wayback Machine. The requirement for Australia-relevant content is important."
|May 30, 2003|
|163:|| Chinese Websites Form Anti-Google Alliance|
"China Search Alliance was initiated by China.com, a news portal of central government- backed China Internet Information Center (CIIC), and was officially set up last September together with local government-backed news portals."
|Apr 8, 2003|
|164:|| PPC In China|
Are there any PPC engines in China?
|Feb 24, 2003|
|165:|| PPCs in Korea|
The Pay-Per-Click market in Korea.
|Feb 15, 2003|
|166:|| Chinese Portals and Mobile Phones|
"After years of losses, China's three biggest Internet portals are making a sharp turnaround" thanks to "China's love affair with the mobile phone."
|Jan 22, 2003|
|167:|| Looksmart Australia, How Effective is it?|
Looklistings in the land down under.
|Dec 4, 2002|
|168:|| Japan introduces anti-spam law|
The legislation requires senders of email ads to attach messages telling receivers the email is unsolicited advertising and how to reject any future ads.
|July 6, 2002|
|169:|| Overture Heads To Japan|
From all indications, it appears Overture is slated to open a branch in Japan.
|June 28, 2002|
|170:|| Google Blasts into Japan with I-Mode Engine|
"Google said it can translate a requested HTML document into a format optimized for i-mode users, making the new service the first search engine enabling access to more than 1.3 billion Web pages from i-mode wireless phones. "
|May 8, 2002|
|171:|| LookSmart.AU Moves Annual Fees|
LookSmart Australia moves to recurring annual fees.
|Mar 27, 2002|
|172:|| Can Pay for Inclusion Work in the Asia-Pacific Region?|
Would the Asia-Pacific region would be able to support Paid Inclusion or Pay Per Click search engine models?
|Mar 13, 2002|
|173:|| Excursions into IndoChina|
"Today I have waded into really deep water and put up a page in Chinese. The translation was done by a colleague who is a native speaker..."
|Dec 6, 2001|
|174:|| Asia-Pacific: A Regional Overview.|
An incredible indepth review of the region. Demographics, search engines, and directories.
|Mar 20, 2001|