Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Campaign drafts and experiments make reviewing proposed changes and testing those changes more accessible.
Despite having a way to export your Search Console data and the Search Analytics API, Google wants to know why you want more data directly in the Search Console.
We track all sorts of metrics for our SEO clients, but what about for ourselves? Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller discusses what agencies should be measuring in order to ensure efficiency and profitability.
January US desktop search rankings from comScore were released yesterday. There was almost no movement in the numbers from the previous month; Bing and Ask gained a tiny fraction of a point each. For the major search engines, total query volume was up slightly across the board, but volumes were essentially flat. These desktop data […]
Having trouble deciding how content should be organized on your website? Rather than put everything on your blog, columnist Patrick Stox recommends a silo structure.
Social media continues to be a massive opportunity, but the landscape is evolving quickly, and true success is difficult to find, even for experienced marketers. Whether you are struggling with what channels to focus on this year or how to optimize content creation and paid media, 2016 is a critical year for social marketers. Marketing […]
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