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AskJeeves Sees Publicity Opportunity, Denounces Paid Inclusion

from the interesting-timing... dept

Not one to miss a slam dunk publicity opportunity, AskJeeves has picked up on all the negative buzz about Yahoo’s paid inclusion announcement and are announcing that paid inclusion is bad, and even though they’ve been doing it themselves for the past year and a half, they’re stopping that ugly side of the business. Of course, you might wonder how many people were actually paying AskJeeves to be in their index.

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