Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the Web.
From Search Engine Land:
- The Finalists For The 2015 Search Engine Land Awards Are…
We are thrilled to announce the finalists for the inaugural Search Engine Land Awards. With over 100 compelling entries, we are truly impressed by the overwhelming response and overall quality of submissions. Our judging panel had the difficult task of narrowing the field. Choosing a winner from each of the following finalists will be even more difficult, as all […]
- Google Gets A Brand New Look: Updates Search & Now Card Visuals
Google’s latest refresh is part of a large-scale rebranding effort that includes a newly designed logo.
- Google: App Interstitials That Hide Significant Amount Of Content Will Not Rank Well In Mobile Search Results
Make sure to test your mobile pages that have app interstitials on them. They may not rank as well on November 1 if they block a lot of your content.
- Enterprise Link Building Challenges (And Solutions)
Big companies often find it difficult to implement large-scale, sustainable link building efforts, but columnist Andrew Dennis has some tips to make it easier.
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- Regulating Google Search — A Reality Check
If you’re hanging your search engine ranking hopes on an eventual legal judgment against Google, columnist Kaspar Szymanski suggests you should try another route.
- Google Adds More Height To Their Search Box
No, it is not your imagination. Google’s search box did get taller!
- Google Drops The Old Search Queries Report From Google Search Console
After four months of having access to the Search Analytics report, Google has removed the legacy Search Queries report from the Search Console.
- Mount McKinley Becomes Mt. Denali On Google Maps; Bing Stays With Old Name
Restored to its native name by US President Barack Obama, the transformation has yet to fully complete on the major search engines.
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