Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Want scores in the FIFA Women’s World Cup? On Android, Google makes it easy. For desktop & iOS, it’s doing nothing special — unlike for the men’s tournament in 2014.
Not Provided is about to expand when Bing goes HTTPS over the summer, ultimately blocking query data in the referrer path.
Managing director and VP of sales and operations for Google UK-Ireland reports mobile search volume has overtaken desktop in the UK.
Think you’ve maximized your PPC potential? Think again. Columnist Pauline Jakober points out some growth opportunities search advertisers may be neglecting.
Versions 10.6 and older will sunset June 30th.
Columnist Josh Dreller notes that siloed marketing departments are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Search marketers, are you ready to embrace this cross-channel reality?
Google Capital backed Thumbtack’s link penalty only lasted a week and now they are ranking just as well in Google. SEOs are calling this unfair.
Google once again testing slow labels in the mobile search results, this one is “Slow to load” with a yellow warning sign.
For the men’s tournament, Google was quick with special boxes to highlight results. For the women’s tournament, the boxes are often missing.
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SEM / Paid Search
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