Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The attitudes of European policy makers toward Google seem to have hardened of late. On various regulatory fronts, Google faces vocal critics and well-organized opposition. Google’s Eric Schmidt gave a speech earlier today in Berlin seeking to change some of those hardened hearts and minds. Schmidt argued that Google is not only not a monopoly […]
Digital Marketing Depot presents “Influencer Marketing & Authorship for SEO Now” on Tuesday October 21 at 1 PM EDT. Developing relationships with what the search engines call “topical authorities” and becoming one yourself is one of the cornerstones of SEO Now. In this webcast, Matt Roberts, Chief Strategy Office of Linkdex, will illustrate how individual […]
With the November 4th elections looming ever so near, both Bing and Google have launched search tools to help voters stay informed. From news and analysis, to predictions and voter registration information, each site is doing their part to help voters stay in-the-know during the 2014 election season. Here’s a quick overview of what Bing […]
According to a report from Engadget.com, Google is trying out a new way to help users diagnose whatever ailments they may be suffering, or, at least, searching. When searching for illness-related symptoms, users would see a “Talk with a doctor now” link within the Google search card. Engadget said the link would provide a video […]
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Local businesses sometimes have trouble understanding how they’d benefit from SEO. Columnist Greg Gifford shows how you can boil it down to the basics.
Google is testing a new icon in the mobile search results that symbolize when a search result links to a page that is not mobile friendly. The icon is a mobile smartphone with a slash through the phone. Here is a picture from @malcolmcoles: This is compared to what Google was testing a couple weeks […]
You may have heard buzz about Google’s “Knowledge Vault.” Contributor Eric Enge explains what it is and the real-world implications you should be considering.
What are the hottest and most desirable costumes for Halloween this year? Well, according to Google searches, the movie Frozen made three of the top ten list. Elsa, Olaf and Anna from Frozen the Movie are the top trending costume searches on Google Shopping. Elsa and Olaf are the top two and Anna is number […]
Contributor Russell Savage recaps Mark Munroe’s presentation at SMX East, in which he discussed common SEO disasters, as well as ways to detect and prevent them.
Despite Google apparently dropping two of its domains this week, TopSEOs denies that it has been banned and says it’s in contact with Google to discuss the situation. On Wednesday, Mark Jackson at Vizion Interactive posted that TopSEOs had been deindexed in Google’s search results. Sure enough, Google searches that day for site:topseos.com returned no […]
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