Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google’s new real-time Penguin algorithm, version 4.0, will likely be released by the end of this year.
After warning webmasters in early 2014 about sneaky mobile redirects, Google now says it will issue manual actions, but also offers advice on how to clean up the unwanted redirects.
Most search engine optimization practitioners are familiar with the benefits of internal linking, but columnist Patrick Stox insists that we should be working a little harder to maximize their value.
Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller discusses the importance of data visualization and shows some of her favorite tools for the job.
Columnist Kristine Schachinger provides a handy primer on entity search, explaining how it works and how Google is using its RankBrain machine learning system to make it better.
For hundreds of years, PR pros whipped out little black books for person-to-person content pitching. It’s true. Relationships matter more than ever. However, these days, radical psychographic influencer targeting makes easy work of placing precious PR content in front of influencers’ eyeballs via social feeds. After all, media players, bloggers and other important distribution targets […]
Marketing Land and Digital Marketing Depot have recently published a new Market Intelligence Report, “Enterprise Call Analytics Platforms 2015,” that examines the market for call analytics platforms. The flood of mobile calls to US businesses continues unabated, changing the way brands view the telephone as an inbound marketing channel. As consumers increasingly use their smartphones […]
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