Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
After only a week of experimenting with showing only a single answer, Google is putting that test on hold.
Subscribers will see articles from their subscribed publications higher in the search results and be logged in to those publications across devices.
In Google’s latest SEO snippets video series, Google’s John Mueller talked about non-English URLs and SEO.
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Contributor Daniel Gilbert is definitely not a fan of Google’s Dynamic Search Ads. He shares why he feels the ad program doesn’t hold a candle to human-powered account management.
Being successful on the international stage requires more than practicing basic SEO, says Contributor Jim Yu. You must make meaningful connections and adapt to local-level insights to make your mark.
Haro’s discovery of the red and blue flare stars in the Orion constellation earned the astronomer a spot in the esteemed Royal Astronomy Academy.
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