Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
New “Proactive” search capability built in part on earlier Cue acquisition.
Google has noted the local ranking changes but will not confirm that it was related to the Googlebomb fix for the racist local results in Google Maps.
If true Google will likely fight to maintain search relationship with Apple.
What does the future hold for search engine marketers? Columnist John Cosley of Microsoft discusses how personalization and context will change the way we do paid search.
Launching a new version of your website? If so, check out columnist Thomas Stern’s basic guide to preserving your SEO equity in the process.
iOS apps now are being supported by Google within the App Indexing protocol. Starting in a few weeks, iOS users may see content from apps in their mobile search results.
Columnist Josh Dreller argues that when it comes to audience targeting, nothing beats keyword search data.
Bing Image Search experiments with guessing at the age of the people in their image search results. Give it a try at How-Old.net or on Bing Image Search.
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