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Citysearch's new service to better target local ads

The local-business directory is combining its extensive ad network with SEO services from OrangeSoda.

By March 8, 2010

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MySpace goes after Yelp with Citysearch partnership

Citysearch's directory of businesses will be rolled into MySpace pages that users can interact with the same way that they would with bands' or celebrities' profiles.

By March 31, 2009

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Citysearch pulls a total overhaul

The IAC-owned business reviews site has revamped its product to make social-networking features easier to use, as well as to focus on the "hyperlocal" rather than a few metro areas.

By November 18, 2008

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Yahoo SearchMonkey gets Zagat, CitySearch

Trying to reclaim a lead lost to Google, Yahoo is repackaging some search results with extra information. New business review Web sites have joined the effort.

By October 16, 2008

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Click fraud lawsuit targets IAC's Citysearch

A plaintiff-only firm that has successfully gone after Yahoo and Google in the past says Citysearch is "encouraging" click fraud.

By May 27, 2008

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Citysearch syndication deal: AOL and IAC's Valentine's Day hookup

AOL will be featuring content from the IAC-owned Citysearch on a number of its properties in exchange for ad inventory.

By February 14, 2008

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CitySearch gets new look, video listings

CitySearch gets a makeover and some new video content.

By May 2, 2007

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Diller: We're not really deal junkies

InterActiveCorp CEO says that he's not really a big believer in synergies, but says the Ask.com search business and Citysearch local unit aren't big enough to stand on their own yet.

By July 24, 2009

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Webware Radar: Photobucket teams with T-Mobile

Also: Citysearch has a new site design and new features; LendingClub has raised $12 million in Series B funding; and Wesabe is now available for banks and credit unions.

By March 19, 2009

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Companies to pay $350,000 fine over fake online reviews

A collection of 19 companies promise to stop the practice and agree to pay a total fine of $350,000, reports The New York Times.

By September 23, 2013