Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google revamped the interface to add reviews on local results and dropped the Google+ account requirement.
Google updated their search quality raters guidelines document on March 28, reducing it from 160 to 146 pages.
The Google Search Analytics report is missing a day of data but Google is on it and a fix should be out soon.
Quality content is great, but it won’t improve your SEO if it’s not based on solid keyword research. Columnist Jayson DeMers shares his tips for focusing your content on the right keywords.
The change is now appearing on both iOS and Android.
Among the questionable DMCA notices, 4.2% of the takedown requests targeted sites that failed to include any copyright-infringing content.
A lot has been said about how to best structure search and shopping campaigns, but what about remarketing campaigns? Columnist Susan Waldes discusses her formula for successful remarketing campaign structure.
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The always-on, multiple-device consumer has changed all the rules of customer engagement. The customer journey is no longer a well-defined path, as consumers and buyers complete most of their journeys before making a purchase. How can brands create the best experience to capture today’s new consumer? On Tuesday, April 12th, join Ethology’s strategy experts Anthony […]
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