Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
What do advertisers need to start thinking about now, and what are the underdog announcements from Google Performance Summit?
Google’s new user-friendly tool should make it easier for small businesses to see how their sites rank in terms of being mobile-friendly and fast.
Searches for terms like “gay pride month,” “gay rights” and “LGBT” will return results with a rainbow ribbon strung across the top of the page.
DuckDuckGo has added two new search filters to their privacy-oriented search engine.
Google announced expanded text ads at its recent Google Performance Summit. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson explains why the change was made and what you should do about it.
There is an ongoing debate amongst SEM experts as to how to best segment your PPC accounts, and columnist Aaron Levy illustrates his process with a handy flowchart.
Troubleshooting SEO issues on a site or performing a technical SEO audit? If so, columnist Glenn Gabe recommends some powerful but little-known reports in two popular crawling tools.
Making more than 40 animated films throughout her career, Reiniger directed the first full-length animated movie in 1926.
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