• http://www.linux-girl.com Asia

    This doesn’t surprise me, however they really need to look outside of investors to determine the cause of their consistent drop. In many of my blog comments throughout the blogsphere I’ve made it clear on my dislike for Yahoo. I have had the opportunity to deal with Tim Mayer as well as a representative from the search department at Yahoo to get a website that was banned back on to their SERPS. Although it was a successful battle, with Tims help, it was unfortunately the most disheartening experience I’ve ever encountered.

    I’m still considering how to write an article discussing the issues I experienced through this ordeal, but I haven’t found a way to do it without showing my anger and disappointment in their staff.

    Tim was exceptional, Google should hire him, he’s probably the one guy at Yahoo that knows what he’s doing and specifically understands customer service. The rest just seemed ignorant and unwilling, as if they were gods and therefore no one mattered. I’m just one person, but it’s nice to see that others are experiencing similar disappointments with them. It’s unfortunate however, that instead of trying something new they seem to be more about following Google. I’m not sure why they would feel the need to follow what Google is doing, they really should be more about being Yahoo and making it work.