Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
A day earlier than expected, Google has pushed AMP results in the Google mobile news carousel.
The vertical lead generation programs for credit cards, auto insurance, mortgages and travel insurance will start winding down Tuesday, February 23.
Last week, Google began removing the review stars from the search results. We asked Google if this is a bug or intentional.
Have you optimized your content for all stages of the buyer’s journey? Columnist Jim Yu looks at how to create the right content at the right time to drive conversions.
Google recently began displaying up to four ads above organic desktop search results and removed the ads on the right-hand side. Contributor Alistair Dent discusses what this change means for your PPC and SEO campaigns.
Keep calm and carry on with your PPC campaigns despite recent changes in the SERP layout, urges columnist Kevin Ryan.
As part of its Academy Award Experience, Bing has created a site that lets users upload photos of themselves to find their look-alike celebrities.
As Google continues to invest in mobile, what does that mean for search marketers? Columnist Adam Dorfman explores how Google is paving the way for mobile location-based marketing.
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