Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Want to search for something using popular emoji characters? Microsoft’s Bing search engine now supports this. Bing announced the news in a post today, sharing some examples of why you might want to do this. For one, perhaps you want to know what exactly a particular emoji means. Enter that into the search box, and […]
Since Google released its new Gmail “Inbox” feature last week, TheAndroidSoul.com reports that Gmail users can now get to their Gmail Inbox by doing a Google Now or web search. According to TheAndroidSoul.com, the following search terms resulted in Gmail showing up in search results: my inbox gmail inbox get inbox show inbox inbox from […]
You’ll Learn Paid, Earned & Owned Tactics to Foster Engagement, Drive Sales & Achieve Your 2015 Marketing Objectives With over 200 million users and 55 million photos posted daily, Instagram is the fastest growing social network. Since being acquired by Yahoo in May, Tumblr has seen growth of 40%, with 420 million users and double […]
Many large, multi-location brands found that their traffic dropped after Google released its Pigeon algorithm. Columnist Andrew Shotland discusses why.
Google is testing a new mobile design interface, using the design principles from “material design,” that Google themselves has been heavily promoting. The new interface was first noticed by SEER Interactive and later by Android Police and Google Operating System shows how this is not a small test. Google is actively trying out the new […]
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