Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by markweyner, Dec 18, 2008.
Does it mean that Msn is losing something that's why they decided to move Msn groups to Multiply?
this question or statement is not quite clear mark, what do you mean?
I mean Msn is technically considered as one of the biggest search engines over the net... Is Msn losing the competition that's why they give the monitoring of Msn groups to Multiply?
If not, what is the reason for their decision to do such thing?
The only reason MSN is in the (weak) position it is in is because most PCs are shipped with Internet Explorer installed and the home page set to MSN. Microsoft up to their usual tricks. Many users wouldn't know how to change their browser home page.
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