Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the Web.
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Google recently added the ability to customize your ad based on a user’s location. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson reveals how to take full advantage.
Company says searchers may see some search results pages that have fewer than the typical ~10 results.
The new report, located in Google Merchant Center, shows you the most popular items that aren’t active in your feed.
How do you take your organization from SEO dabblers to industry leaders? Columnist Jim Yu discusses how to mature your SEO program.
In the third installment of his series on the makeup of an enterprise link-building team, columnist Garrett French discusses the role of the content designer.
“Digital” is fundamentally transforming marketing. Consider: The adaptability of content when A/B testing and personalisation are applied. The increased adjacency of marketing and other departments, such as IT and sales. The scale at which successful Web campaigns can blossom in social media if we’re operationally ready for them. The precision that data affords us in […]
A handy addition of two new buttons makes navigating keyword performance reporting much quicker.
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