Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google blames “technical bug.” Sanders continues to show as having
Google’s Gary Illyes confirms that any 301, 302, 3xx redirect does not lose any PageRank value.
The dominant use of location data in mobile display advertising has ironically become more about “who” over “where.”
A new section for expanded text ads is among several updates in AdWords Editor 11.5
In the final installment of his three-part series on how to conduct a thorough SEO audit, columnist Dave Davies talks about assessing off-site factors and addressing the issues found therein.
Not just facing a site redesign but a full replatform? Columnist Clay Cazier presents the features most important to ensure your new site can support today’s SEO best practices.
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