Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Can’t find that video that Google listed in your results? It’s not you. It’s Google.
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User experience has become increasingly important as a ranking factor in search, but how can you measure something that’s seemingly so subjective? Columnist Eric Enge offers up his method.
Wondering how your multi-location business can achieve visibility in local search? Columnist Greg Gifford has the answer.
Columnist and Local Search Association VP Wesley Young shares data that takes a look at 50 business categories and how they perform in a variety of marketing media including search engines, directories, review sites and social media.
Maybe the Google Trends update from last week is also used in Google’s latest algorithmic update from last week? New SearchMetrics report shares some data around that.
As expected, Google has finally removed the emoji characters from their desktop and mobile search results pages.
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