Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
The court held that Google can’t be held liable before being notified of a ‘clearly recognizable violation’ of individual rights.
New report from Google digs into three years’ worth of data on removal requests and exposes the delisting criteria.
Google added a new feature to help non-English speakers expand their English-language vocabulary.
This report from Adthena reveals the extent to which Amazon has been capturing text ad click share in major retail categories. Analysis of consumer electronics, and department store retail categories in the US and UK, suggests that Amazon’s paid search ad spend is behind the e-commerce giant’s continued market growth, with the scale and impact […]
Gazing into her crystal link building ball, columnist Julie Joyce says it’s hard to tell if your links will even be in place, much less be effective, in the future.
Contributor Eric Enge shows us how to determine if a webpage is relevant for the keywords it targets and what do to when it falls flat.
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