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Chris Cardell

Economy to piggyback Microsoft

Microsoft will be launching its Live Search Cashback today, with the economy in a bit of a state Microsoft will be hoping to take a advantage of this by using an “every penny counts” marketing campaign. When you purchase something that was advertised on the Microsoft search engine (Live Search) you will be eligible for cash-back through PayPal or your bank account once you have accumulated above $5.

Live Search Cashback

Microsoft may be using its recently acquired Jellyfish search engine as the backbone of Live Search Cashback which offered a similar service previous to is acquisition. This is the latest in Microsoft’s attempts to acquire a share of the market that Google has dominated for so long.

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  • Michelle

    I love Microsoft

  • http://doeswhat.com DoesWhat

    Haven’t heard that said in a long time. The problem is its money over innovation. Google releases news of innovative new concepts in its products, whereas Microsoft pays us to use their service.

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