Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Searches for events will now surface a list of activities that include location and date details.
Columnist Bobby Lyons explains his method for gauging the impact of a Google algorithm update and using these insights to discover opportunities for improvement.
Even though AdWords doesn’t officially support AMP yet, advertisers can still use the technology to serve faster landing pages. Columnist Frederick Vallaeys explains how implementing AMP can lead to big gains in conversion rates.
The change could impact campaigns differently depending on campaign type.
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