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Yahoo! India registrations touches 12.6 billion

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Yahoo! India registrations touches 12.6 billion

Yahoo! India’s user registrations have increased by about 250 per cent from 3.6 million last year to 12.6 million. Keeping its commitment in India, the company is launching two new properties — Yahoo! Careers and Yahoo! Contests. This will now take the number of properties to 27.

Yahoo! India Careers is targeted at the job seekers as well as employers. For this, property alliances have already been firmed up with some leading job portals in India including,,, ABC Consultants etc.

The career site will assist job seekers in the entire cycle of the job search and helps employees to effectively and quickly identify suitable candidates.

Yahoo! India contests will offer corporates the opportunity to target Yahoo!'s large Indian user-base through exciting contests. Some corporates who have already chosen this exciting new property are Colgate, Ford, Fosters, Pepe Jeans etc.


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