Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google testing going from blue hyperlinks to black hyperlinks, and searchers don’t seem to be happy with the change.
Google may bring voice query reporting to the Google Search Console’s Search Analytics report; when is unclear.
Bing is testing a partnership with Twitter to show tweets in their search results listing pages, similar to how Google displays them.
Small businesses can see how their ads convert from the AdWords Express dashboard.
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We all know that high-quality content is crucial for SEO, and columnist Winston Burton discusses how to prioritize content creation and promotion efforts.
SEO spend has been steadily growing since the early days of search engines, but is there an end in sight? Columnist Jayson DeMers looks at what factors might impact the growth of SEO in the near future.
With expanded local source tag support, local news is now more important to Google.
Doodler Sophia Diao says today’s Mother’s Day doodle, “…harkens back to a time in my youth when following Mom around was all I knew.”
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