Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Several years after Google launched Google Instant, they are killing the default search feature to bring search more inline with mobile devices.
Not that Google wants you to take these steps, but if you really wanted to drop supporting AMP on your site, here is how to do that.
Columnist Andreas Reiffen adapts his talk from SMX London 2017 into a handy “how-to” for search marketers looking to improve ad performance through testing.
The new “interaction” option can be used to adjust bids to get call extensions to show more or less often in mobile search ads.
Search engine optimization (SEO) can sometimes be treated as an afterthought, but columnist Nate Dame outlines how keyword research can be instrumental in planning and developing an effective content calendar.
Regulators and courts seek to assert authority over global search results rather than limit decisions to their own countries.
Marin Software interviewed 500 digital marketing managers from leading agencies and brands around the world to discover the trends, opportunities, and challenges they face in 2017. In this report, they discuss a number of insights, including: Mobile Ad Spend: Marketing budgets are following the shift of eyeballs from traditional channels to mobile. Lack of Expertise […]
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