Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the Web.
Located at the bottom right corner of a news story, the new “Smart Labels” help users explore connected articles.
Google seems to have temporarily removed all of the Web pages from the popular and controversial Ripoff Report website. Within 30 minutes, the site was back in Google.
“Book an appointment” feature is now appearing in some knowledge panel results.
Columnist Benjamin Vigneron explains how you can use website analytics data to derive insights that you can apply to your paid search efforts.
Columnist John Cosley of Bing shares insights gathered from internal Microsoft data and other research studies to improve your mobile search ads.
Automated extensions in product listing ads are taking over from the less visible promotional text.
Looking to increase your ROI from non-branded search campaigns? Columnist Thomas Stern shares tips on how to lower CPC and increase engagement.
The last day to use the legacy Python script to download search query data from Google Search Console is October 20, 2015. You can upgrade to the new API.
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