It’s been a long time since I’ve even thought about preparing a holiday feast, but I know friends for whom it just wouldn’t be a real celebration without inviting friends and family over for a big meal. So when I saw Matt McGee’s article on Search Engine Land about the changes Yahoo made to enhance the user experience of searchers looking for recipes, I knew I had to try it out.
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Yahoo Alters Search Page Layout for Holidays
Crosby Grant reported on the news for Search Engine Land.
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Microsoft AdCenter Now Supports Negative Exact Match
The death of Yahoo Site Explorer has even inspired a eulogy over at SEOMoz by Michael King, to say nothing of write-ups at Search Engine Watch and Search Engine Land, among other places. The tool was born in September 2005.
Yahoo Site Explorer Merged With Bing
SeeWhy recently quoted a Forrester report on the top five causes of shopping cart abandonment. These included too-expensive shipping and handling; not being ready to purchase the product; a desire to compare prices on other sites; the product’s price being higher than the shopper was willing to pay; and a desire to save products in the cart for later consideration. While you may not be able to address all of these issues, you can address many of them (and others) with proper shopping cart design and layout
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Reduce Shopping Cart Abandonment This Holiday Season