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  • / Press Release

    Ask Jeeves Opens New Office in Campbell and Expands Corporate Headquarters in Oakland

    Company Readies for Aggressive Hiring as It Continues to Grow Market Share OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 10-- Ask Jeeves, Inc., a leading provider of information retrieval technologies, brands and Internet advertising services, today announced that the company has relocated its South Bay operations into a new, larger space in Campbell, California. The new office will accommodate Ask Jeeves employees from numerous departments, with a focus on product...

    Posted 11/14/2005

    Company Readies for Aggressive Hiring as It Continues to Grow Market Share OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 10-- Ask Jeeves, Inc., a leading provider of information retrieval technologies, brands and Internet advertising services, today announced that the company has relocated its South Bay operations into a…
  • Amazon tops Wal-Mart in natural web search results

    Amazon led Wal-Mart, Target and Sears in a WebTrends study of the appearance of retail web sites in the natural results of Internet searches. The four retailers were twice as likely to show up in sponsored results as they were in natural search results.

    Posted 12/14/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Amazon led Wal-Mart, Target and Sears in a WebTrends study of the appearance of retail web sites in the natural results of Internet searches. The four retailers were twice as likely to show up in sponsored results as they were in natural search results.
  • / Press Release

    Ask Jeeves Launches Smart SearchSM for Products

    In response to extensive user studies, Ask.com now delivers an easier, more intuitive way to find, research or purchase products online EMERYVILLE, Calif. November 4, 2003 - Ask Jeeves, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASKJ) today announced the addition of Smart SearchSM for Products to Ask.com®, the latest in a series of “smart” searching tools designed to make it easier and more intuitive to find information online. Just in time for the holiday shopping season,...

    Posted 11/04/2003

    In response to extensive user studies, Ask.com now delivers an easier, more intuitive way to find, research or purchase products online EMERYVILLE, Calif. November 4, 2003 - Ask Jeeves, Inc. (NASDAQ: ASKJ) today announced the addition of Smart SearchSM for Products to Ask.com®, the latest in a…
  • / Technology

    MoreVisibility.com gets a direct feed into Ask Jeeves index

    It’s not paid placement–-but the direct XML feed from MoreVisibility to Ask Jeeves can shorten the time from initial indexing to appearing in search results from months to weeks.

    Posted 11/21/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    It’s not paid placement–-but the direct XML feed from MoreVisibility to Ask Jeeves can shorten the time from initial indexing to appearing in search results from months to weeks.

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