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Yahoo Image Search Adds Personalized Photos From Your Flickr Collection

Flickr users can now search Yahoo Image Search and find images from their own personal collection or their friends’ collections, if there are relevant pictures.

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Yahoo Image Search Adds Personalized Photos From Your Flickr Collection

Yahoo Image Search Adds Personalized Photos From Your Flickr Collection

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Yahoo announced they have integrated Flickr photos with Yahoo Search so that when you are logged into Yahoo, and you have Flickr photos in your account, Yahoo Search will personalize the image search results with your photos and photos from your friends.

Yahoo said, “if you’re signed in, your search will display personalized results from Flickr, including a selection of your own photos, images from people you follow and top public photos on Flickr.” The photos will only pull from your Flickr photos if you have images relevant to your search.

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What Does Yahoo’s New Google Partnership Mean For SEO’s Future?

Columnist Jayson DeMers explains the potential impact the Google-Yahoo search deal will have on SEO, SEM, and the future of search in general.

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What Does Yahoo’s New Google Partnership Mean For SEO’s Future?

What Does Yahoo’s New Google Partnership Mean For SEO’s Future?

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For the past 15 years or so, the search engine hierarchy has been pretty clear: Google is the dominating force in the search world, with all other platforms solidly behind.

Bing came onto the scene a little late but has grown steadily to reach a search market share of more than 20 percent, chipping away at Google’s still-dominant 66-percent position.

What’s interesting is that for the past few years, Bing has also powered Google’s next most popular rival, Yahoo. Though serving users with a Yahoo-branded skin and platform, the real “guts” of the engine were offered by Bing.

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