SAN FRANCISCO--As you might expect, search engine marketers aren't crazy about how the Google-Yahoo-Microsoft power struggle has played out.
It's not that they disapprove of Yahoo remaining independent of Microsoft. It's just that Google's search market share, at nearly 70 percent in June, has only grown stronger during its rivals' kerfuffle. Online marketers here Wednesday at the RBC Capital conference said Google's dominance limits their options to deliver on search ad campaigns.
"We always have a need for multiple sources of quality traffic and we don't see that need going away as Google'… Read more