Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Google’s latest search feature for voters includes a “2016 Election: How to Vote” box with information on voter IDs, deadlines and mail-in ballots.
In addition to launching a hub for the Olympics, Google Trends has released new tools for viewing and exporting search data.
Capitalizing on sporting events can be a great opportunity for advertisers, but will this strategy work for everyone? Columnist Laura Collins looks at the results of some recent campaigns to find out.
Wondering how much follow-up is too much? Columnist Julie Joyce gives us advice on how to follow up on link requests without bugging your contacts.
Advertisers can begin migrating from destination URLs to final URLs and tracking parameters.
AMP error notifications now are showing in the core search results, but only if you are the site’s owner.
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