In response to user feedback, Google Ads is introducing filters to the Overview page.
Google has started to show data in Search Console related to a new image search feature introduced last month.
Twitter is giving advertisers the option to bid on the first 6 seconds of a video ad view.
Bing Webmaster Tools is getting updated with support for Domain Connect, which makes it easier for users to verify sites.
Google Go, a scaled-down alternative to the flagship Google app, is now available to all Android users worldwide.
YouTube is making it harder for copyright holders to file unfair claims and take revenue away from creators.
Google Ads is changing its ad delivery methods, switching search and shopping campaigns from accelerated delivery to standard delivery.
Google’s John Mueller recently advised that links from non-English websites aren’t necessarily spam.
Instagram has been found testing several upgrades to stories that include a layout mode, new boomerangs, and redesigned icons.
In a new report, eMarketer declares the use of voice assistants has reached a “critical mass.”
Google’s John Mueller recently advised the company’s mobile-friendly test doesn’t follow the rules written in robots.txt files.
Twitter is giving users the ability to search for direct messages by typing peoples’ names into a search bar.
Facebook is introducing a simplified privacy model for groups, reducing the number of settings to just two.
Google is adding support for native lazy loading to the latest version of the Chrome browser – Chrome 76.
Google is adding three more types of structured data to the rich results report in Search Console.
A recent report reveals YouTube launched a significant algorithm update in July – and creators aren’t happy about it.
Automattic Inc., owner of WordPress.com, has acquired Tumblr for what is reported to be very low sum.