Twitter is working on a new feature that will allow users to unmention themselves from other peoples’ tweets.
Google is testing a change to search results for journalists which includes a carousel of their latest articles.
Google’s Gary Illyes explains a case where a word that means the opposite may be treated as a low weight synonym when returning search results.
Google now has more ways for businesses to edit the information that appears to searchers without leaving Search or Maps.
A new report from LinkedIn shows there’s a steady rise in the amount of remote jobs available for US-based marketers.
All Google, Facebook, and Instagram merchants will soon be able to accept payment via Shopify, even if they don’t have a Shopify store.
Twitter is adding a ‘Subscribe’ button to peoples’ profiles that will allow users to quickly sign up for newsletters.
WooCommerce has launched an extension that allows all 4.4 million merchants to easily upload their product inventory to Google for free.
Google’s John Mueller says, in some cases, it’s possible to forward ranking signals from an old page to a new page without a 301 redirect.
SEO software provider Moz has been acquired by email marketing company iContact with plans to continue offering both sets of tools.
LinkedIn says there’s more demand for marketers now than ever, and new job postings are shifting toward remote positions.
Google is releasing a broad core algorithm update today on June 2, 2021. This will be followed by another core update in July.