Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The fear of Mobilegeddon encouraged many webmasters to make their sites mobile friendly. Google says there was an uptick of 4.7% of sites that are now mobile friendly compared to two months ago.
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The impact may take roughly a week to appear.
New deal terms allow either Bing or Yahoo to terminate with four-months notice.
Google’s mobile friendly update rolls out today. Are you ready? If so, columnist Jim Yu provides some advice for how to take your mobile experience to the next level.
In light of Mobilegeddon, contributor and former Googler Kaspar Szymanski reminds us that a focus on user experience drives Google search strategy — and should drive yours, too.
Thanks to a AdWords test spotted in the wild both organic search marketers and paid advertisers can obsess over mobile friendly tags.
What to expect when the Google mobile friendly update is released today…
Google Doodle offers theory of how the “Surgeon’s Photo” came to be, while Google Maps lets you keep searching for the legendary monster.
Will Google demote highly-trusted content that’s not mobile friendly, replacing it with less-trusted content that looks good on a smartphone?
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