Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Ads will begin serving in the UK, Australia and New Zealand on April 25.
The new feature, which rolls out today, enables multiple users to receive personalized results.
Google wants to help you skip video introductions when searching for “how to” queries and jump you directly to the answer in the video.
Are your competitors bidding on your branded terms and driving up your CPCs? If so, what can you do? In part 1 of her multi-part series on brand protection, columnist Lori Weiman provides some advice on how to make your brand terms work for you, even when the competition is fierce.
Jim Yu explains how search data can be used to better understand your customers, allowing you to create targeted, “intelligent” content that will really move the needle.
Search marketers have been flocking to SMX Advanced and selling the conference out for 10 years running. Their shared obsession for search makes SMX Advanced the annual must-attend tribal meeting. Why should you attend? SMX Advanced is the only conference that caters to experienced search professionals. The agenda is packed with sessions focused on SEO […]
Columnist Megan Hannay takes a look at why big brands need to create in-depth local content to boost local reach, even in a world of “instant answers.”
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