Google dominates this week’s search news, but that is nothing new. They are rolling out a new look for hotel searches (also nothing new) and adding more details for event listings including the ability to go directly to booking pages. Elsewhere, Bing announces some details about how they create their search engine result pages. Get […]
If you have not had time to keep up with happenings in SEO this week, then here is an abbreviated version to help bring you up to speed. It includes a request from Google to tighten your site’s security and two thought pieces by your truly and of course, some SERP layout changes.
After over 17 years, Google announced this week they are doing away with Google Adwords and DoubleClick and rebranding their new Google Ad program. Plus, you can now get verified to manage your knowledge graph on Google. Meanwhile, Bing announced that users can now toggle between different accounts to move money or manage them. There […]
In comparison to many weeks in SEO, it has been relatively quiet but there’s still a number of important changes/announcements to pay attention to if you’re a marketer. If it has been awhile since you took a look at Instagram, you might want to look again as it is the fastest growing social media network. […]
Just when you were ready to roll into an easy summer mood, several bugs have raised their ugly heads this week including ones from Yoast and Google Analytics. Make a note to yourself that you need to prepare for Amazon Prime Day after reading our roundup of the week in search and SEO ending June […]
While you may have extended your vacation this week – Google hasn’t. Even if you were the one holding down the fort, you may have missed these changes to the new Google AdWords interface, Bing Ads and Google Maps. If you think that GDPR was bad, then you may not have seen anything yet, as […]
JPMorgan says that Amazon Prime is the best deal in online shopping. While Featured Snippets have once again been shortened, learn how Google may decide what material to feature. Loading speed is now a ranking factor for mobile sites. Google says they can now gather information from many websites and paraphrase it to answer search […]
This has been a good week for Google as the annual I/O Conference brought more than 7,000 webmasters, SEO experts, AdWords professionals and others together. Amazon also announced that they are now able to power homes completely with Alexis. Keep reading to see what else happened this week.
It has been an interesting week. Learn about how agencies are now able to Google My Business accounts, how Twitter is making news stories more prominent and updates to AdWords Editor. I have also written an interesting piece on how to determine user intent allowing you to find and fill holes in your content.