Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
What can Google do to combat fake news? Columnist Ian Bowden illustrates some ways the search giant can tackle — and already is tackling — this problem.
Columnist Corey Barnett explains that if you plan to use Yext to suppress duplicate local listings, you should first understand the strengths and weaknesses of the platform.
Bose’s professional endeavors spread across many scientific fields, from plant life to radio science, and even science fiction.
Omnichannel marketing is quickly becoming the norm in a multi-device world, and columnist Adam Dorfman explains the steps business can take to begin developing an omnichannel location strategy.
Google has officially dropped full support for feature-phone web sites.
While the 50,000 URL limit has not changed, your Sitemaps file size can now be up to 50MB.
Videos are now showing up below the Google knowledge panel for some queries, including local panels and other knowledge panels.
Search Engine Land publisher Third Door Media announced today that it will produce an East coast edition of MarTech®: The Marketing Tech Conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston October 2-4, 2017. A West coast edition of MarTech will take place in San Francisco May 9-11, 2017. “Marketers are implementing technologies at a breakneck […]
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