Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Decision is dangerous to free speech and the free flow of online information.
Contributor Brian Ussery breaks down featured snippets, explaining his observations and offering tips for pursuing the coveted “position zero.”
Startup says this is the first Google Analytics tool that turns the data into news you can use about increasing leads or revenue.
In its concern over Google’s market dominance, the EU has focused on the wrong issue. Its ruling won’t benefit consumers and isn’t going to bring CSE business back.
Does your business really need an in-house search professional? Columnist Eugene Feygin explains what an in-house SEO can bring to the table, and why it’s worth the investment for many organizations.
Voice search is being adopted for a variety of purposes, and columnist Nate Dame makes the case that its influence on B2B decision-makers is growing as well. B2B marketers, be prepared!
What will be the impact of the European Union’s recent antitrust fine against Google? Columnist and shopping ads expert Andreas Reiffen weighs in.
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