Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
DuckDuckGo, the spunky little search engine that hangs its hat on user privacy, has relaunched today with a new look and feel, not to mention a number of new features like maps and local search, image search and more. Put it all together, and DuckDuckGo is starting to look less and less “spunky,” and more […]
Frustrated by what it sees as the European Commission’s capitulation to Google, a new group called the “Open Internet Project” (OIP) seeks to derail the current Google antitrust settlement or create a new investigation. A mixture of French and German publishers and companies are behind the initiative. The OIP claims to represent hundreds more European […]
In this post, we cover the basics of negative search engine optimization (SEO) and look at what you can do to fight negative SEO link spam. This being a hot topic in the industry, I encourage readers to comment at the end of the article. What Is Negative SEO? First, let’s take a moment to […]
Bing Ads is currently piloting several new features for Bing Ads Editor that are planned to roll out in the coming weeks. Here’s a preview of three of the new features. Bulk Location Targeting A new “Targeting” tab will be the hub for users to add location targets and exclusions in bulk. An auto-complete feature […]
So, it finally happened. After years of people telling me that “Europe” will do nothing about Google and me saying that one day “Europe” will probably bite back, it did. “Europe” bit off a whole chewy chunk of Google and all other search engines in just one surprise and relatively unexpected verdict. The hysteria surrounding […]
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