Yahoo!'s new Y!Q Service
Yahoo has just launched a service called Y!Q that allows you to embed a search related info button on your web site.
The way it works is kind of dumb however. Your required to place some content in a div with the class ypcontext, then embed a form in your page, with the same content in a hidden input field. Here's an example of what it does:
The Y!Q service should be much easier to use. They should be using something like Google AdWords technology to generate the results. At the very least I'd expect that they don't require me to put the content on my page twice.
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