Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
eHealth.com is first to boost Google AdWords bids in the minutes after commercials air.
Google is now indexing nearly 5x the Tweets as four months ago, yet more than 96% of Tweets still go unindexed.
Mobile has grown significantly in recent years, with Google now saying that mobile search has surpassed desktop search. But columnist Kristine Schachinger questions the wisdom of blindly adopting a “mobile first” mindset.
Consumer Watchdog argues values behind RTBF are already part of US law.
Columnist Frederick Vallaeys discusses some recent improvements made to AdWords My Client Center (MCC) interface and provides a script that allows users to create a cross-account negative keyword list.
The line between what is a natural link versus an unnatural link according to Google seems to keep getting pushed more.
Google is now promoting and encouraging mobile users to search using their voice. Promotions for this were found in the Android home bar and Google Search App.
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