Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Bing Ads has rolled out a new look for its Change History reporting. The new format groups changes made by a user at one time, rather than itemizing every change separately as it did previously. Also new is faster data processing and more data availability, which Bing Ads has been addressing throughout the platform. The […]
Our sister site Digital Marketing Depot recently released a new Market Intelligence Report, "Enterprise Local Marketing Automation Tools 2014: A Marketer’s Guide." With local targeted ad spending forecast to grow to nearly $70 billion by 2018 (BIA/Kelsey), marketers are paying close attention to their local campaigns. For national brands with brick-and-mortar stores, managing local marketing […]
Even if you don’t have an enterprise company, the size of your website may necessitate enterprise SEO. Columnist Tom Schmitz addresses issues of importance to operators of big web sites, no matter the size of the business.
In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. Google Community Managers Dance: Source: Google+ Google Hat: Source: Google+ GoogleBot Tied Up: Source: Google+ Google […]
Dear Content Marketers, Have I told you (lately) that I love you? Seriously! Content marketing has taken the elusive concept of “thought leadership” and transformed it into a prescriptive, clear-cut process. You equip prospects with the helpful information they need and, at the same time, deliver quality, high-value leads for your companies. But friends (we’re […]
In 22 days from now, it will be the year anniversary of the release of the fifth update to Google’s Penguin algorithm, code-named Penguin 2.1. As you can imagine, waiting 11 months and 8 days can be excruciating for those who were negatively impacted by the punitive algorithm. They’ve likely by now cleaned up their […]
Who says rivals can’t work together? If you search on Google for “iPhone 6″ or “Apple Watch,” you’ll discover new information boxes about each product that Google created with the help of Apple. Here’s how it looks for search on iPhone 6: And for the iPhone 6 Plus: And for the Apple Watch: These boxes, commonly called […]
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