Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Brand posts on Google+ will no longer be displayed in the Knowledge Graph cards, instead they’ll be treated like all other social updates in the traditional search results.
SEO doesn’t exist in a vacuum. Contributor Erin Everhart shares tips for getting other company stakeholders on board to achieve SEO success.
Is it time to give local directories a higher priority as you plan your search marketing strategy? Contributor Myles Anderson shares results of his recent traffic data analysis.
Google still at 64%, while Bing holds on to the 20% share it reached in March.
To focus on “core business strategy,” Bing will stop gathering its own mapping imagery and instead license data from third parties.
Google loses deal it held since 2002, but AOL matters far less than it once did.
Local & Maps
SEM / Paid Search
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