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Hello everyone! I am wondering why the URL of each search result on Yahoo! has its own Yahoo! URL? I'll compare Yahoo!'s and Google's Yahoo! URL for example. Code: http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0geup5dKr1EOzEBVcRXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTE1Ymx2aDd yBGNvbG8DZQRsA1dTMQRwb3MDMQRxdANkcQRzZWMDc3IEdnRpZ AM-/SIG=11a1n6ja7/EXP=1153334237/**http%3a//www.google.com/ http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0geupl6Kr1EigcAYhZXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTB2b2gzdDd ...
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When I'm checking for backlinks, I've noticed that I get significantly different results in Yahoo.ca VS Yahoo.com. I've been accessing the results from Yahoo.com via (the mostly useless) LinkPopularity.com. Here are a few examples: Canadian: http://ca.siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/siteexplorer/search?p=http://www.nimama.ca&bwm=i&bwmo=d&bwmf=s US: https://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/advsearch;_ylt=AsgQrTA4ko8n9XKN_4T5Lvzbl8kF?p=http ://www.nimama.ca&bwm=i&bwmo=d&bwmf=s Canadian: ...
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Are links posted on Yahoo Answers considered backlinks, or will they only be useful when individual users follow those links on their browser themselves? For example: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AsFX9d91IUVF0QNH_vyl6w7sy6IX;_ylv=3?qid =20070921183240AA08RYv&show=7#profile-info-bC6qZ6JOaa http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=ApLLx0cGewXqnXiPgcdJdEjty6IX;_ylv=3?qid =20070918055704AAixFX3&show=7#profile-info-CzpAdtJDaa ...
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Are links posted on Yahoo Answers considered backlinks, or will they only be useful when individual users follow those links on their browser themselves? For example: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AsFX9d91IUVF0QNH_vyl6w7sy6IX;_ylv=3?qid =20070921183240AA08RYv&show=7#profile-info-bC6qZ6JOaa http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=ApLLx0cGewXqnXiPgcdJdEjty6IX;_ylv=3?qid =20070918055704AAixFX3&show=7#profile-info-CzpAdtJDaa ...
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I thought that valid css and xhtml was very important while a making a site, So I was taking a look at bing.com and youtube.com to see how they did their search bars. I found out their code isn't valid and they are using css3. I have a couple questions.. Is valid code really THAT important since big sites do it? Is css3 even being developed because I haven;t really been keeping tabs on it but I have not seen any progress. And one more thing can someone tell me how twitter did their rounded corners and ...
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I've heard that google doesn't index or may not index php extension pages. If this is true, what can I do to get my pages crawled? I have one site on godaddy and I can't put the code in the .htaccess file that works in an apache server. I have some rss CARP code that works fine on the Apache server but not on godaddy unless I make the page Php. Anything I can do? sk Quote: Results 1 - 10 of about 116,000,000 for inurl:& A lot of the results retured had the & symbol as part of mulltiple variables in the ...
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My PR went from a 5 to a 1. Just hoping to get some advice from all of you SEO experts. I know this stuff pretty well, but could use some insight. My site is http://www.software-intl.com Thanks a million. Yep, PR1 here too... looks like your backlinks are gone. How did it get to be PR5 in the first place? A Yahoo linkdomain search shows next to nothing linking to your site. Perhaps you had one big, juicy, high PR link that's now gone AWOL. Originally Posted by software-intl My PR went from a 5 to a 1. Just ...
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If you check out Yahoo's cache of my site 2-tickets.com you'll see Yahoo's not reading it correctly. http://rds.yahoo.com/S=2766679/K=ww...&icp=1&.intl=us Would anyone mind please commenting why this might be? thanks 2-tickets.com well its there http://216.109.117.135/search/cache?ei=UTF-8&p=www.2-tickets.com&u=www.2-tickets.com/&d=E6BDADD509&icp=1&.intl=us
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Checking through the top results in some SERPs and noticing the #1 poitions (not the sponsored listings, but the actual results) are redirecting to a few search engine marketing companies. Not sure if this effects all markets, but I've seen for a few adult-related search terms (please don't hate on this fact, we're all adults here!). The net result: You CAN buy top rankings at Yahoo. Talk about a big hit on their credibility. I can post examples if anyone things I'm delusional and/or making it up I'd like ...
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I know there has been some chatter around here about some indexing changes going on with Yahoo!. I've been focusing a bit on Yahoo! lately and noticed that over the weekend there seems to be a change that groups relative terms like the Google and MSN algo do. (For example the read both "New Jersey" and "nj" when returning results for searches including "nj"). this didn't happen previously in Yahoo! The example from one of my sites is here: http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=...t-501&ei=UTF-8 Notice second ...
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