In Google’s newly released webspam report, the company reveals how it dealt with link spam in 2018.
Google addressed questions going around the SEO community as of late related to neural matching and its used in search.
Google finally decided to tell the search community that rel=”next” and rel=”prev” haven’t been used in years.
LinkedIn is upgrading its ad targeting options with the ability to reach more of the right people.
Google has updated the sitemaps report in Search Console with new features, including the ability to delete a sitemap.
Facebook is taking steps to stop discriminatory advertising practices by removing targeting options that were used to exclude people.
Google’s John Mueller was asked about the March core algorithm update and whether it softened the impact of previous updates.
Instagram is rolling out an ecommerce solution for brands which will allow them to sell products in the app.
Google’s John Mueller cautions ecommerce site owners about adding unnecessary text to category pages.
Google+ will be shut down in a matter of weeks, but its archive of public posts may live on indefinitely.
Google’s John Mueller recently provided some guidance with regards to invalid URLs on a website.
Twitter is working on a feature that will allow users to follow specific threads with a ‘subscribe to conversation’ button.
Google My Business has updated its guidelines with new rules and regulations for seasonal businesses.
Google Ads has a new “recommended columns” feature, which will highlight columns of data that are worth paying attention to.
Google Ads is introducing a better solution for letting users know when ads are removed for policy violations.
Google is rolling out new ad units for mobile games and introducing new ‘smart segmentation’ technology.
For the first time, DuckDuckGo is an option that users can select as their default search provider in Google Chrome.
Google My Business has a new onboarding process that starts by asking users to set their goals.