Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Ratings from Google My Business page listings are automatically eligible to show up in search ads.
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Google Shopping ads show what percentage lower a product is priced compared to the online average.
Troubleshooting Google My Business issues is difficult enough for a single location, so how can multi-location businesses keep up? Columnist Andrew Shotland shares his strategy.
Building a solid foundation for local search visibility in Google is essential for brick-and-mortar businesses, especially in the age of mobile. Luckily for local SEO newbies out there, columnist Chris Marentis shares his method for doing just that.
In the first of her 3-part series on app indexing, contributor Emily Grossman discusses what Apple’s new search API means for search engine optimization (SEO) professionals looking to surface deep app content for iOS users.
Bing added a game to their search results, play Pong against Bing by searching for [pong].
The U.S. took home its third World Cup title after scoring five goals during last night’s final game.
Doodler Brian Kaas says his artwork was inspired by the aluminum chairs often used for July 4th backyard barbeques.
If signed by President Vladimir Putin, law goes into effect in 2016, allows for broader removals than with the EU’s similar law.
Many webmasters have been pressured to switch from HTTP to HTTPS, but some are finding that this is resulting in a loss of traffic from Bing. Columnist Ben Goodsell explains the issue and offers solutions.
In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more.
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