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a widely used search engine accepting plain English questions or phrases or terms

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Ask Jeeves provides its online personal service infrastructure through its Corporate Service Group, which develops customized services for corporate Web sites to help companies convert shoppers to buyers, reduce support costs, understand customer preferences and improve customer retention, and through its Web Properties and Syndication Group, which delivers potential customers to corporate Web sites through Ask.
search market in June according to analytics firm comScore, Ask.
com's general manager and senior VP, Andrew Moers, said that the presence of Ask.
Nuance's trusted voice recognition and interface creates a simple and intuitive Q&A experience for Ask.
fm was not previously affiliated in any way with Ask.
Dell strives to be the greenest IT company on the planet and we commend Ask.
com, the leading online brand for questions and answers and an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IACI), today released which viral videos and memes fueled the most search volume on Ask.
Cesar Mascaraque, European Managing Director of Ask.
Melek Pulatkonak, COO of hakia, said "We chose Ask.
People turn to Ask for answers on everything from noteworthy celebrities to breaking news to political pundits," said Valerie Combs, vice president of communications for Ask.
LONDON, May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- "Cheap fuel" and "cheap petrol" are both new entries in the top twenty most searched for financial terms on the internet this month according to leading search engine, Ask.
Results may differ due to various factors such as the possibility that we may be unable to maintain customer acceptance of and satisfaction with our products, that advertisers may decide to reduce spending or terminate their relationships with us or our partners, and that our relationship with Ask.
Harris Interactive conducted the Online Consumer Search Habits study on behalf of Ask.
Surge in Searches for the Answer to Family Days out on Ask.
com, creating a need to make this content more accessible to our users," said Jim Lanzone, general manager of Ask.