It’s been a huge week with multiple changes in SERP layouts, a massive Google Analytics security breech, and a big feature rollout from Microsoft Advertising.
No surprise, it was a busy week in search, with changes in how Google displays search results, “free” offering to local businesses from Google Ads, and Instagram making a name for itself as a news source.
Lots of tech and plenty of global search topics this week. A start of month update kicking things around, short wisdoms regarding ranking and indexing from Google, Google maps functionality, and security threats.
Well folks, it was yet another busy week in search and SEO (are you surprised). There were layout changes, algorithm updates, and so much more. Here are the top stories we were following this week.
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. […]
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 […]
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.