Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
This year’s Google Santa Tracker comes with coding games, an elf filter in the Android app and daily updates delivered via an Advent-styled calendar.
Googlebot will render the #! URL directly, making it unnecessary for the website owner to provide a rendered version of the page.
SEO reports are often really useful… for SEO professionals. Columnist Greg Gifford asserts that if you want to truly prove the value of your services to your clients, you have to tie your reports directly to their bottom line.
From location data to SEO, columnist Wesley Young of the Local Search Association provides his top 10 list of local search lessons learned in 2017.
The Google doodle team partnered with the Google Blockly team and MIT researchers to create “Coding with Carrots,” its first-ever coding-game doodle.
Check out this new feature Google is testing in the knowledge cards. It looks like a timeline of notable events.
In today’s world, digital media is so pervasive that it’s no longer considered unique; it’s a way of life. Virtually everyone has a smartphone, and most individuals and households have multiple smart devices, including tablets, phones and computers. This prevalence, coupled with the rise of Big Data, digital marketing tools and social media, has given […]
New feature to highlight the search marketing community launches today with this week’s group of SEOs honored by their colleagues at Search Engine Roundtable.
A new API, more countries and knowledge panel visibility give brands more incentive to use Google’s product data management tool.
Email marketing is an oldie but goodie, and it just keeps getting better with marketing automation. Agencies love email marketing, since it performs well at a low cost. SharpSpring gathered insights from 130 agencies to find out: how agencies evaluate platforms. what an agency’s objectives are when implementing a platform. ways agencies use marketing automation […]
The post SearchCap: Santa trackers, Google AJAX crawling & our community corner appeared first on Search Engine Land.