Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
According to a survey from Fivesight Research, Siri had a larger share of mobile search than Bing or Yahoo.
Company cites machine learning and new business verification techniques as main reasons for the decline.
But Gary Illyes says it might not go live until 2018.
Following Google’s recent changes to exact match in AdWords, many search marketers were concerned about the impact on their accounts. Now that it’s been a couple weeks, columnist Aaron Levy digs through his client data to see whether advertisers’ fears have come to pass.
With 40,000 search queries every second and 3.5 billion searches per day, we don’t need to make a case about why your business should be on Google, so let’s get that out of the way and assume you have built a robust local presence on Google My Business. The real question is how are you […]
Local & Maps
SEM / Paid Search
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