Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
New filters let users search restaurant listings based on available reservation dates and times, as well as takeout and delivery options.
Even Android apps that are not installed on your device can now benefit from the mobile algorithm if you use App Indexing. Google will encourage the mobile searcher to install those apps.
Bing reimagines the mobile image search experience with intelligent groups for your searches, by bubbling your search queries.
New terms pave the way for Gemini-powered search ads on the PC.
Columnist Stoney deGeyter notes that the best SEOs don’t try to reverse-engineer algorithms — instead, they focus on delighting users.
To glean deeper insights from your AdWords data, columnist Jared Del Prete suggests enabling these five AdWords columns which are not displayed by default.
Google is testing a line break within the mobile search results snippets that breaks up the URL and the description in the snippet.
Misplace your Android device? Go to Google and search for “find my phone” to help locate it.
Bing has hit 20 percent market share in the US according to new data from comScore. The slow and steady gains resulting in today’s milestone have come mostly at the expense of Search Alliance partner Yahoo. Indeed the two companies have effectively traded places. Yahoo was last where Bing is today (20 percent) in May […]
The EU has raised four concerns about how Google has dominated shopping search. A close look at each charge and possible fixes that might emerge.
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