July 15, 2014
It’s no secret that Yahoo is in a troubled place. And has been for awhile. We just learned of the news that Yahoo is looking to sell bookmarking service Delicious and “sunsetting” a number of other web services. Preceding this debacle was a massive round of layoffs that affected over 500 employees. Many have tried […]
May 12, 2014
This infographic explains the shift in the hiring market from labor workers to skilled workers. It gives a breakdown for what kind of employees the top tech companies are looking for. Finally it explains how these companies are luring in and retaining MVPs in the tech industry.
March 6, 2014
Some time in mid 2010, Yahoo! dove into a “death spiral”, its stock price sinking toward $10 and its employees facing massive layoffs. Yahoo! was supposed to be what Google eventually became: the center of gravity in the internet universe. What happened? Source
May 5, 2013
Google, Yahoo, and Bing together cover 95% of the U.S search engine market share. This infographic shows just how much of the market share each search engine has and provides numbers to show their current financial status and what’s projected for the future. Source
April 8, 2013
Latest search engine market share data for 2010-2011. Google still leads among internet users, but Bing’s alliance with Yahoo is cutting the deficit to catch up. Source
February 14, 2013
This infographic provides a comparison between Bing and Google to see which is the better search engine. It also provides information for the market share of each. Source
December 21, 2012
Searching the Internet has become a multi-billion dollar industry. The top players in this are some of the most powerful companies in the world. It didn’t always used to be this way. If you’re interested in learning the history of search engines on the internet, your search is over.