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Rambler to Use Yandex Search and Ads

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Posted by: admin @ 08:51 [23. 06. 11]

The leading Russian online portal Rambler has implemented Yandex Search on Rambler.ru. The search services on Rambler are powered by Yandex search engine and Rambler displays ads from Yandex.Direct (Яндекс.Директ), Yandex Advertising Network, according to it. According to our calculations, Yandex should add between $10 million and $20 million, or less than 5% to its [...]

Yandex and Google Hold 96% Search Share in Russia

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Posted by: Quintura @ 04:48 [26. 10. 09]

The alternative search engines held only 1.3 percent share of searches in Russia in August 2009, reported Vedomosti by citing data from comScore.  The Russian search market leader, Yandex held 54.5 percent share of searches, ahead of Google (34.5%), Mail.ru (7.4%), Rambler (1.9%) and Microsoft’s Bing (0.4%). According to comScore, there were 21.5 million search users [...]

Rambler Turns 13 Years Old

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Posted by: Quintura @ 05:51 [27. 09. 09]

One of the leading Russian search engines, Rambler turned 13 years old on September 26. Rambler was first launched to public in autumn 1996. Here is a screenshot of the original Rambler homepage of that time.

Mail.ru 2008 Revenues up 45% to $75 Million

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Posted by: Quintura @ 14:00 [23. 06. 09]

The leading Russian online portal Mail.ru, which is owned by Digital Sky Technologies (DST) and Naspers, has announced 2008 financial results according to US GAAP. The company accounts were audited by Ernst & Young. Mail.ru 2008 revenues were $74.6 million, up 45% from 2007. The net income was $34.3 million in 2008, up 29% from [...]

Rambler Creator Dmitry Kryukov Died at 48

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Posted by: Quintura @ 19:45 [14. 04. 09]

Dmitry Kryukov, one of the founders of Stack Group and creator of the original Rambler search engine back in 1990s, died at the age of 48 last night. Rambler was first launched to public on October 8, 1996 when Dmitry was 36. In spring 1997, Dmitry created Rambler’s Top100, the most popular Internet directory and [...]

Rambler Media to Lay Off 50 Percent of Staff?

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Posted by: Quintura @ 04:40 [7. 11. 08]

Last month, Rambler Media, which operates one the most popular Russian web portals Rambler.ru, launched a $5 million outdoor advertising campaign, which’s estimated to be the largest in Russian internet history. The company aimed to double its daily reach of 3 million users over the next year. Then, the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service refused Google‘s [...]

Rambler Launches Massive Ad Campaign

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Posted by: Quintura @ 00:03 [14. 10. 08]

Having agreed selling contextual ads service Begun and outsourcing the most of its search engine activities to Google, the leading Russian internet company Rambler Media is launching a massive outdoor and television advertising campaign with a goal of doubling its current daily audience and becoming number one online destination in Russia within one year. Rambler‘s [...]

Rambler Revenues Up 152% Year-On-Year

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Posted by: Quintura @ 14:57 [23. 09. 08]

Rambler Media, the Russian internet service and media company operating the Rambler portal, has reported its consolidated interim financial results for the six months ended June 30, 2008. Below are Rambler’s user statistics, financial highlights and key deals. In July 2008, Rambler agreed to sell a 50.1% stake in contextual ad firm Begun to Google [...]

Quintura Beats Yandex And Rambler In The U.S. Market, Again

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Posted by: Quintura @ 19:32 [6. 08. 08]

According to Compete, a number of unique visitors to Quintura was 259 thousand in July 2008, which was higher than a number of visitors of the leading Russian search engines, Yandex and Rambler, in the U.S. This is the second month in a row when Quintura beats both Yandex and Rambler in the U.S. market. [...]

Finam To Earn One Hundred Times Cash Invested In Begun

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Posted by: Quintura @ 16:27 [18. 07. 08]

Rambler Media, which operates Russia’s 5th leading site Rambler.ru, agreed to sell its Russian contextual advertising company, Begun, for $140 million to Google as well as to outsource search and contextual advertising on its web properties to Google. As a result of the deal, Google will significantly enhance its position in Russia by getting access [...]

How Long Mail.ru and Yandex Will Lead The Russian Internet Race?

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Posted by: Quintura @ 14:00 [17. 07. 08]

The most popular Russian web properties in June 2008 were Mail.ru with 14.7 million unique visitors, Yandex with 14.6 million, the social networks Odnoklassniki.ru – 10.6 million and Vkontakte – 9.4 million, and Rambler – 9.1 million, reported business daily Vedomosti according to TNS Web Index. Mail.ru also led the Russian market with 6.2 million [...]

In the U.S., Quintura Beats Both Yandex and Rambler, says Compete

Files under: News, Quintura Search, Tech
Posted by: Quintura @ 22:38 [8. 07. 08]

According to Compete, a number of unique visitors to Quintura was 266 thousand in June 2008, which was higher than a number of visitors of the leading Russian search engines, Yandex and Rambler, in the U.S. The growth of Quintura‘s U.S. traffic can be attributed to the fact that Quintura started powering site search for [...]

Rambler Vision Introduces Video Contextual Advertising

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Posted by: Quintura @ 13:14 [30. 06. 08]

One of the leading Russian Internet companies, Rambler Media together with its majority-owned contextual advertising company, Begun, have announced the launch of video contextual advertising system, Begun.Videocontext, on Rambler‘s video sharing online community, Rambler Vision. The videos on Rambler Vision are tagged according to their content. The contextual advertisements are displayed at the bottom of [...]

Social Network Vkontakte Named Top Russian Web Site

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Posted by: Quintura @ 19:39 [13. 06. 08]

// The leading Russian social networking site Vkontakte has been named top Russian web-site, in the list of top ten Web 2.0 sites in Russia reported by an Eastern European advisory firm GoalEurope, based on data collected by Alexa. Vkontakte, which was started as a copycat of Facebook by two brothers Pavel and Nikolai Durov [...]

Yandex Tops Yahoo! and Microsoft in Europe

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Posted by: Quintura @ 06:49 [12. 05. 08]

The leading Russian search engine Yandex was ranked 3rd in Europe ahead of both Yahoo! Sites and Microsoft Sites with 528 million or 2.2 percent of European searches in March 2008, according to a study of European search rankings from comScore. In spite of Google‘s dominance in Europe with 19.4 billion searches or 79,2 percent [...]

comScore Ranks Top Russian Search Properties and Web Sites

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Posted by: Quintura @ 00:01 [14. 04. 08]

In February 2008, 47.4% of all searches in Russia were conducted on Yandex, followed by Google (31.2%), Rambler (9.7%), Mail.ru (7%), Yahoo! (1.3%), AOL (1.1%), and Microsoft (0.6%), says a new study of Russian Internet usage from comScore. The results of the study will imply that the Russian alternative search engines including Quintura.ru held 0.5% [...]

Rambler Launches New Search: Vertical and Visual

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Posted by: Quintura @ 17:33 [9. 04. 08]

The second largest Russian search engine and portal Rambler has released a new version of its search engine. It is open to public on http://beta.rambler.ru The new search on Rambler has become visual and vertical. For easy navigation, the search results are clustered into four categories: Internet, Top 100, News, and Wikipedia, all marked in [...]

Russia to Become Sixth Largest Ad Market, Rambler Sells Online Display Ad Agency

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Posted by: Quintura @ 16:57 [2. 04. 08]

The Russian advertising market will increase to $17.2 billion in 2010 becoming the sixth largest advertising market globally after the U.S., Japan, UK, China, and Germany, according to a recent research published by ZenithOptimedia. Russia together with the other developing markets China, Brasil, and India have become the main drivers of global adspend growth. The [...]