It has been a fast-paced week in the world of search. If you think that you might have been paying too much attention to Google core algorythm updates that you might have missed something, then here is a roundup of the latest news in this week’s edition of This Week in Search.
I just got the following email from Google Ads: Dear Google Ads Advertiser, You are receiving this message because your Google Ads account (Customer ID: XXX-XXX-XXXX) contains at least one Google Display Network (GDN) campaign that will be impacted by upcoming changes to mobile targeting and placement exclusion controls. What’s changing In September 2018, the […]
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.
Google dominates search engine marketing news this week (and let’s be honest – most others as well) with the addition of an attribute allowing businesses with televisions for local sports to tell customers, the addition of an AMP rocket to some listings and changes to Google local knowledge panels. Facebook also announced that they are […]
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.
Google yesterday rolled out their Google Pay app for a Android. Before we get into why they’re doing this and what it means for marketers let’s quickly touch on what it is exactly. In essence Google Pay itself is a fairly basic concept. You connect your Google Account to your credit cards and then you […]
42 minutes ago as of this writing Google announced the rollout of a new layout for shopping-related queries. The new layout and data included in it is, in this marketers mind, a nice move forward for shoppers and marketers alike. And what more could we ask for during the holidays. So … here’s what’s new […]
The week of November 10, 2017 was especially focused on some interesting changes in local search, a great Whiteboard Friday from Rand Fishkin, some announcements from Facebook and more.
No surprise, it was another big week in the world of search and SEO. We saw some very big changes in AdWords and Bing, the mobile first index being spotted in the wild and some new Google personal assistant products launching.