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#16 Jill


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Posted 13 August 2003 - 08:52 AM

Off topic but:

Circa 1997-1998, AltaVista supplied its results to Yahoo and Excite to AOL,

I don't believe this is correct. Yes, AltaVista supplied results to Yahoo (not sure exactly which years) but not to Excite. Excite always had it's own crawler and algorithm, up until recently when they went to being a Meta engine.


#17 Ron Carnell

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Posted 13 August 2003 - 09:06 AM

I guess I expressed that poorly, Jill. Let's try it without the compound sentence?

AltaVista supplied results to Yahoo.

Excite supplied results to AOL.

Two different things, but with the commonality that both engines were very important for driving traffic.


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