Concern spreads as Yahoo announces that profits are down and that it will be cutting hundreds of jobs this year. Web Side Story users find themselves in migration formation as the site gets acquired by Omniture, and Google remains in the headlines as they launch their attack on BlackBerries via Google's iPhone capabilities.

January 24, 2008

Video blogger Sage Lewis keeps you up to date with what's hot in the world of search marketing and social media.

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Just saw and heard your comments on yahoo. I can't figure Yahoo out. I heard....

1. Even though they had an issue on cyber monday, Yahoo Shopping had record sales.

2. Their search engine "Panama" had a 20% increase in revenue per search (RPS). Pretty good monetization based on the fact that that they have dropped in search share.

This doesn't sound like a sinking ship to me. But you see the stock price and you read about takeovers and layoffs. Kind of hard to figure out what's really going on.

Those are all good points. But with today's buzz of a M$ buyout, it feels like they maybe have lost the fight.

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