Reviews appear to be the most prominent ranking factor in local search, according to a recent study.
Facebook’s Events app has received a significant update, which comes with a rebranding and more opportunities to discover local highlights.
The Knowledge Panel fills the above-the-fold section of search results with information to help searchers learn more about a publication.
Twitter has officially doubled its character limit, following a short test which showed longer tweets receive more engagement.
Facebook has revealed details about version 2.2 of its Messenger platform, which comes with a highly requested customer chat plugin.
Users can now choose the source accounts for data they want to see in any Data Studio report.
Google Assistant on both iOS and Android has a new feature that lets its users subscribe to daily reminders.
Soon Google will be able to estimate wait times and display them in Search and Maps in real-time.
Facebook has rolled out a new feature to pages and profiles that will allow users to post simple polls.
Following a successful run as a pilot program, Google says it will expand Home Services ads to more cities.
Google will cut off access to a feed that automates airfare data for third party search engines like travel sites.
Google created a new search engine for finding 3D objects to use in apps with virtual and augmented reality capabilities.
Google has introduced a fresh look for mobile search results that more closely resembles the devices they’re being viewed on.
Heading into the 2017 holiday season Amazon is not leading in organic search market share in the retail sector.
Yext has unveiled three major advancements to its platform, powered by AI and machine learning.
Google AdWords has rolled out Showcase Shopping ads to more countries just in time for the holiday season.
LinkedIn is bringing smart replies to its messaging platform in an effort to help keep conversations going.
Snapchat updated its iOS app with a feature previously only available on Android — link sharing from third-party apps.