Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The highly requested desktop tool is now out of beta.
Columnist Christi Olson of Bing shares research on how search fits into the overall buyer’s journey, reaching consumers at all stages in the funnel.
Columnist Eric Enge discusses the implications of Google’s impending “mobile-first” index, using a case study to illustrate some of the challenges that webmasters and Google alike will face in implementing this change.
Show prices for types of products and services in text ad extensions on desktop as well as mobile.
As of March 14, DMOZ will no longer be available.
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Local & Maps
SEM / Paid Search
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