Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Since launching candidate cards earlier this year, Google continues to expand its 2016 election-related search results.
Google adds ride-sharing tab to maps to enable more options, faster time to destination.
Bing adds tons of features to their Bing Search APIs, which now are REST APIs.
About to launch a new website? You may think you can’t do SEO until the site is live, but columnist John Lincoln reminds us that there are many steps you can take beforehand to ensure a smooth site launch.
Google is updating their smartphone user-agent on April 18, 2016. Make sure to test your web site to ensure it will allow Googlebot in.
Site speed impacts your search engine ranks, so how can you make improvements? Columnist Brian Harnish details a few ways to decrease page load time for your top-performing pages.
Business cards, candidate cards, presidential election cards and now cricket player cards are the latest supported in Google Posts.
The suite, designed for enterprise-level companies, consists of six products that can be used together or on their own and integrate with AdWords and DoubleClick.
In SXSW conversation Jelly founder Biz Stone discussed #NextSearch with Danny Sullivan and teased the relaunch of his social answers engine.
Bing is continuing to build out its educational resources, adding a number of interactive answers for math-related searches.
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