Google appears to have fixed an issue with Google Discover that was preventing large images being displayed for non-AMP pages.
The first organic result in Google Search has an average click-through rate of 28.5%, according to a newly published study.
Google says content cannot be optimized for Discover in the same way that it can be optimized for search results.
Pinterest is introducing a new ranking model to its home feed in an effort to surface certain types of content more often.
LinkedIn profiles can now include audio recordings of users saying their own names to assist others with proper pronunciation.
Google is adding more context to photos in image search results, which presents site owners with a new opportunity to drive traffic.
Instagram is replacing the Activity tab with a ‘Shop’ tab for select users as part of a global test.
Instagram is letting users pin up to three comments on posts as part of a larger effort to combat bullying on the platform.
LinkedIn is making its platform less noisy by cracking down on the number of invites page admins can send out each month.
Most spam reports submitted via Google search results do not lead to manual actions. Google uses the reports to improve it’s spam detection capabilities.
Google’s Gary Illyes polled SEOs about changes to their work life during COVID-19, and the results were not what he expected.
In an update to Google Analytics, bot traffic will be automatically filtered out of reports for Web + App properties.
Bing published an updated version of its webmaster guidelines which contains an all-new section on how Bing ranks content.
As of today, Facebook is changing the way news stories are ranked in its main feed with an algorithm update that prioritizes original reporting.
Google is letting retailers run free shopping ads in US search results, which will be displayed in knowledge panels starting this summer.
Apple’s next version of the Safari web browser, available in macOS Big Sur, will reportedly not block Google Analytics as was previously thought.
LinkedIn is seeing a surge in content creation and consumption, and engagement between users is up as well.