• eCommerceCircle

    I don’t think Paid Inclusion ever got the kind of traction standard paid search ads got.

  • http://www.liveambitions.com liveambitions

    Paid inclusion was yesterday’s business model. What’s the point – all the search engines have been indexing websites for free, which is the way it should be.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com nickstamoulis

    Even though this is not a real surprise, I am sad to see this program go…for years in many different verticals the Yahoo paid inclusion programs worked very well for my clients and provided a nice organic Yahoo boost and an excellent ROI….I do however agree that it is yesterday’s business model…

  • Zack_Morris

    Have no fear, word on the street is that another Search Engine will be releasing it’s on version of paid inclusion very soon. More info to come.

  • leb0wski

    Well it’s about time. How can a search engine expect to be taken seriously and trusted when they’re selling the “natural” results that most people who use Yahoo don’t realize are even purchasable. Shady shady shady.