The Bingification of Yahoo! took another step forward Tuesday, when the transition of advertisers' search-based campaigns from Yahoo! Search Marketing to Microsoft adCenter got underway. "A combined Bing and Yahoo! will provide advertisers with a competitive alternative in search advertising, enabling advertisers to reach more …
And so begins Yahoo's march towards mediocrity and irrelevance.
That said, I suppose there's a valid argument they've been mediocre and irrelevant for years. I think the only time I use anything even related tangentially to Yahoo is the iPhone weather app which gets its data from yahoo. Since the beeb revamped their mobile website I tend to use that more (for weather results over the native iphone app) as it usually has better, more accurate and more detailed info.
No! Yahoo! are! already! mediocre!
Why else would they have the need to push their fscking toolbar like malware; bundled as a preseleted install with applications that don't need it and are nothing to do with it.
bingification... not me...
I only click that bing thing by mistake, and when i do, i back out or shut down the page so it hopefully doesn't count my acts as some loyal bing user. I then re-run my query in Google.
I did not use it much anyway But I do have to say that Yahoo mail is worse than Hotmail for crap attacks So i only use em when i dont want to be mail bombed at home...
but yep search is still scroogle and FF with ghostery and google sharing enabled HAHAHA
I tried Bing once it's amazing how much microshaft has to do with death and dr who
Oh hold on, make that "meh" . . . .
... I still can't trust a search engine called "Bing"
I! Could! Hardly!
read the article. The lack of exclamatory punctuation in the title caused me no little discomfort. Please be more careful in future Yahoo! related postings.
I use bing all of the time....
because it powers Microsofts 'change your default search provider' service, hence, I use it once for every new IE8 installation.....sucks to be counted that way.
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