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Zvooq, Russia's Spotify, sues Yandex for $29M after key staff were allegedly poached

Zvooq, a music streaming service in Russia and CIS countries backed by major Western labels, is suing Yandex for $29 million. It accuses the Russian search giant of poaching key Zvooq staff for its own music streaming service, in contravention of an NDA the two parties allegedly signed in February of this year. 672 more words


Dynamic ads on Russian Yandex

Yandex permanently improves the advertising possibilities in it’s advertising tool Yandex.Direct. Today we will speak about dynamic feeds for easier product marketing in Yandex. 317 more words

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Yandex - Yandex.Search


No matter where you are – at home, in the office, out on the town, or away for the weekend – Yandex.Search is ready to provide you with any information you may need. 129 more words


Search Engine Yandex Launches New Algorithm

Russian search engine Yandex has a new algorithm. “The new algorithm is named Palekh, which is the name of a world-famous Russian city that has a firebird on its coat of arms. 55 more words

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Mistakes in advertising campaigns on Yandex

This article will help you to avoid the 5 major mistakes in advertising on Yandex in Russia. You can reduce the ad spendings and increase the number of “targeted clicks” on your ad. 838 more words

Marketing In Russia

9 Biggest Differences Between Yandex & Google SEO

It’s easy to forget that search engines other than Google exist, but if your target audience lives in countries like China, South Korea, or Russia, you’re missing most of your audience if you’re not showing up in their preferred search engines. 1,961 more words


Yandex Will Not Feature News Stories From Non-Registered Sources

From GlobalVoices: Russian Search Engine Will Only List Top News Stories from State-Registered Media “Yandex, Russia’s largest search engine and a major news aggregator, will stop featuring articles from media companies that have not registered with the Russian government by January 1, 2017, on its ‘top news’ lists, RBC reported on Thursday.” It looks like Yandex will keep indexing articles from non-registered sources, it just won’t feature them.

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