Yahoo has expanded its search engine to sift through charged-for content, including news from The Wall Street Journal and research from Forrester.
The beta version of Yahoo Search Subscriptions indexes fee-based content and makes it searchable. But finding links to this content via Yahoo doesn't automatically grant users access to it. If they haven't already, users must subscribe with each provider to view the information.
Yahoo Search Subscriptions also indexes fee-based content from the Consumer Union's ConsumerReports.org, TheStreet.com, the Massachusetts Medical Society's New England Journal of Medicine, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE) and The Financial Times.
The list is expected to grow in the coming weeks with content from Dow Jones Reuters Business Interactive's Factiva, LexisNexis, Thomson Gale and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Users can try the service at http://search.yahoo.com/subscriptions.
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