Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google offers an autocomplete suggestion of “Lying Ted” for “lying” but fails to do something similar for Clinton, raising questions.
Solution natively automates conversion data syncing between AdWords and Salesforce, a task currently handled by several Salesforce app partners.
Google has been caught testing a new interface again in the mobile search results. This one is around the “people also search for” search feature.
With local business reviews influencing click-throughs from search (and possibly even local rankings themselves), columnist Brian Patterson notes that large businesses with many locations need to have a strategy for obtaining and managing reviews.
One of the big questions in SEO today is how new TLDs (top-level domains), like .LIVE, .NEWS or .ATTORNEY, are affecting search engine rankings. While some believe that .COM domains are the only safe option, Google has insisted that generic top-level domains arenât at any disadvantage in their search rankingsâ algorithm. Rather than […]
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