Google flight search

Google Extends its “Flight Search” Reach to International Flights

Google flight search

In September, Google had a very interesting service, a flight search engine.Flight Search combining the supply of U.S. domestic flights and offered to the user combinations, companies and prices based on the dates entered and, of course, origin and destination. Six months after its launch, the Google flight search engine expands the scope of their searches and allow users to find international flights , though, the source must always be in the United States.

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The Hidden SEO Secret About Google SERP

The Hidden SEO Secret About Google SERP

The Hidden SEO Secret About Google SERPGoogle promises to bring much cooler contents through its engine because queries are often formulated in the hope of finding links updated.The SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) are good if they are fresh.Here we explore the Hidden SEO Secret About Google SERP.

Google works daily to provide users with more accurate results and more satisfactory. Behind the query, however, often lie implicit information that apply in most cases, could lead to a refinement of the answers proposed to make the links as relevant as possible.

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Yahoo! loses interest of advertisers

Yahoo! loses interest of advertisers

Yahoo! loses interest of advertisersYahoo! loses interest advertisers, say representatives of the advertising business. This could push the company to accelerate the negotiations for the sale of business. The deteriorating financial results, companies can reduce the interest in it to potential investors

While Yahoo! speculates on the possibility of its sale , advertising companies, forming the basis of its income is weakening. This was reported by Craig Atkinson, president of PHD  American division Omnicom Media Group, which places advertising for large companies worth $ 4-5 billion annually, writes The Wall Street Journal. Over the past few weeks, head of the U.S. division Yahoo! Ross Levinson, and other managers met with representatives of PHD, says Atkinson.“They said they are willing to do anything to restore the business”.

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