Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Using data from human “quality raters,” Google hopes to teach its algorithms how to better spot offensive and often factually incorrect information.
Google won’t comment about the “Fred update,” but based on our own analysis, many affected sites saw up to a 90% drop in traffic.
Google Assistant is coming widely to Android phones. Here’s how to use it and other ways to Google on your smartphone — even for iPhone users.
Amazon and Yelp expected to see biggest search revenue growth rates in US.
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