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In a world full of mega-money purchases and deals, Microsoft has set the Internet alight with an offer of $44.6bn (£22.4bn) in cash and stock to buy Yahoo.
This offer is 62% higher than Yahoo’s closing share price on Thursday 31st January 2008.
As of today, there’s been no comment from the search company so at the moment it’s just a question of ‘watch this space’.
Let’s just hope that the Internet doesn’t just end up being divided up between Google and Microsoft with any hint of individuality being snuffed out my the mere offer of a few billion dollars…
Lucy is an Internet Search Specialist focusing and working with clients on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay-Per-Click (PPC) strategies.
28th Mar 2014 Brand | No Comments
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6th Mar 2014 Social Media | 1 Comment
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29th Jul 2014 Paid Search | No Comments
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29th Oct 2014 | No Comments
Later next month, our Marketing Director Samantha Noble will be keynoting at the next Search Congres event in Amsterdam. The event takes place on 27th November and will be packed full of SEO’s and PPC’s looking to learn more about the latest trends in the digital industry. Samantha will be talking about why SEO’s need […]
11th Feb 2014 Brand | No Comments
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23rd Sep 2014 Social Media | 3 Comments
Most of you will have heard of the terminology “black hat” when it comes to either SEO or Digital Marketing in general. But what about when it comes to Social Media? You may not even know if you’re engaging in such activity – so that’s why we want to make you and your business aware […]
3rd Mar 2014 Social Media | 2 Comments
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13th Jan 2014 Content Marketing | 5 Comments
The primary aim of any company is to promote your services and products to a targeted audience and generate sales, business, and profits as a result. When you step back and think about it there really are a multitude of factors which contribute to how successful your company is or will become. When each of […]
26th Feb 2014 Content Marketing | 9 Comments
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