Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
How worried should brick-and-mortar businesses be about companies like Amazon? Columnist Adam Dorfman weighs in with some thoughts on how local players can stay competitive.
Google, Bing Ads and Amazon are all seeing growth in shopping ads.
French regulators have argued that the “right to be forgotten” is not fully enforceable unless content is removed worldwide.
It’s not a bug, it is a new feature, says Google, referring to the change in some of the metrics reporting in the Search Analytics tool.
Price extensions show off your products alongside your ads in a carousel. Columnist and Googler Matt Lawson runs down how to make your price extensions stand out on the results page.
According to a new report from Stone Temple Consulting, when Google returns multiple YouTube videos in the results pages, the ranking order between Google and YouTube varies 56.8% of the time.
Google is experimenting with a new movie feature to let searchers tag videos.
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With natural language, users can quickly get data without having to dig for it from both desktop and Google Analytics’ mobile apps.
Google is killing the ‘Google Now’ name but improving the underlying functionality to make it more controllable, engaging — and searchable.
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