Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google has made significant changes to the content on their Webmaster Guidelines documentation.
With its now nearly infinite news stream, Yahoo users no longer need to open news articles in multiple browser tabs.
You’ve done everything right in terms of local SEO — you’re even ranking high in organic results — but you just can’t seem to get a place in the map pack. What’s wrong? Columnist Joy Hawkins explores.
Knowledge and expertise are important, but columnist Will Scott asserts that there are certain intangible qualities which SEO rock stars all seem to share. Do these apply to you?
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