• http://www.evilgreenmonkey.com/ evilgreenmonkey

    Should have made this one Members-Only, you’ve basically written the report that in-house SEMs will have to give to their Marketing VP ;o)

  • http://www.chandlernguyen.com chandler nguyen

    This is the best article i have read so far about the Microsoft – Yahoo deal.
    I intended to blog about this from a Southeast Asia perspective but well, i’d better recommend people reading this article instead!

  • jt030123

    Great article. This is a case of two freshmen ganging up on the senior bully. And I agree with Evilgreenmonkey….marketers should take notes here.


  • http://www.brickmarketing.com nickstamoulis

    This is a great (and funny at times) post…I am excited to see how this plays out…the one thing that is missing here (the Yahoo/MS deal) is how is all of this going to help/improve things for visitors? Better content? This deal could make each lose even more search market share…we shall see!

  • http://www.solardave.com Dugdale

    Wow, that was long but good.

    Won’t it be fun to hear all this in another daily searchcast?

  • http://www.fantasysp.com/ brant

    Danny, I really enjoyed the Q/A format. I felt like I could ALMOST reach the end of the article.

    I’d prefer more articles in that format when possible :)

  • http://ninebyblue.com/ Vanessa Fox

    I’m sorry, but you’re wrong and it won’t make you happy.

    Neve Campbell isn’t in 2012. Amanda Peet is.

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Dammit! Well, there’s stil John.

  • http://www.youfoundjake.com youfoundjake

    RE: So when I’m searching at Yahoo, I’m also searching at Bing?

    So, I’m assuming that when I do a search on Yahoo’s site, that both Yahoo and Bing will be storing the metrics for keywords and monthly volumes and clickthroughs? Or is Bing going to only obtain that data?