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Carol Bartz, on Tuesday was relieved on her duties as CEO of the online directory giant, Yahoo. The dismissal, however, is not what is making headwaves, it is how the firing was done. The was not dismissed in a formal way, she unfortunately, was relieved of her duties by a simple phone call. Being with the company for less than 3 years, she was brought on to try to spearhead the company to bigger growth, and to...

Yahoo Mail, announced this past week that is hit a milestone, reaching a number thought unheard of at one time. They have officially 100 million email accounts registered to individuals. Now, while there are those accounts that are multiple in numbers that are held by one person, for example, someone having 5 yahoo acocunts, however, the numbers are real, and reaching 100 million is an achievement that Yahoo should be proud of. Also announced this week, is...

This week, Google made it official and purchased Motorola Mobility for $12.5 Billion dollars. This sale is expected to clear the way for Google to possibly begin their strive towards succeeding in the hardware market. With so many things right with Google these days, is this something that makes sense? Well, only time will tell, however, with all the success that Google has based on its other moves, positioning within the internet market, this is a step...

With the recent launch and continuous tweaking of the Google +1 social networking engagement tool, there has been many positive review thus far. IT has been a consistent growth and one that Google understands that will take time to expand to many webmasters and users. Google +1 creators and engineers agree and have seen the growth come. With so many different social networking tools out there from Twitter, to blogs to Facebook, there is a lot that...

Yahoo has decided to put an end to its Site Explorer by the end of the year, something that will put a real dent in the way webmasters and SEO experts rely on using the tools for references. Site Explorer officially went live back in 2005, however, after being online for 6 years, the company has decided to do away with it. Eventually, it will migrate to the Bing platform and the Microsoft Webmaster Tools, a tool...

Back on July 12, Google honoured the 450th anniversary of one of the older and most recognized churhces in the world, St. Basil's Cathedral church in Moscow, built on the Red Square between 1555–61. This doodle got us to thinking, that with religious dates of recognition, how does Google decide what is worthy of getting the attention, and what religions or holidays do not. This particular doodle was posted in Canada, where there are many Russians to...

Once again, the giant company known as Google continues to tweak the way it displays content to viewers, this time, focusing on images and the image source that you have crawled and having it be displayed within your search results. Simply put, if you type "&surl=1" within the URL of the link request in the Google Images page, then Google will have the link of the image searched within the thumbnail URL. Something that can be...

From all the web marketing, SEO specialists and project managers here at Rank High in Toronto, we would like to wish every Canadian from coast to coast a special and happy Canada's Day. Enjoy this occasion because not only is it the 144thedition of the holiday, but this year, it makes for a long weekend! One other note, look for the Google Doodle to see how creative the folks at Google were this year....

For the month of May, 2011, Google became the first website to get to 1 billion visitors, a feat that was assumed to have been accomplished by Facebook. Now, although the 1 Billion visitors collectively is tabulated from all the Google sites, such as Google.com, YouTube.com, Gmail and all the other websites that fall under the Google umbrella, it is still a feat worht commending. Facebook still is the leader in terms of longevity of users staying...

It seems like just yesterday that we were blogging about the release of Google Panda and actually, we did, just a couple of months ago, however, fast forward to two months later and Google has decided that it will upgrade the Panda algorithm anyday now. Although the launch date should be very soon, the release has not happened yet, and with the many websites that have been affected over the few months from Panda, any recoveries...