Google is removing a controversial search feature called First Click Free, which let users view content behind a paywall.
Google’s latest update to its iOS app allows users to filter search results by date range.
YouTube is adding restrictions on which accounts are able to add external links at the end of their videos.
Google has maintained its position ahead of competitor Microsoft, but was unable to top Apple.
Bing Ads is introducing new URL tracking parameters, to further assist advertisers in learning about the source of ad clicks.
Google is finally upgrading call-only ads with a feature that is available with other ad types.
According to the Microsoft CEO, Bing is going to refocus its efforts on the PC search market.
Following a $2.7 billion fine, Google has agreed to change how it displays shopping search results in Europe.
Twitter is testing a 280 character limit while suggesting that letting people say more will get them to tweet more.
Google is now Apple’s default search provider for Siri, iOS search, and Spotlight search on macOS.
Site owners can now export data contained in Google Search Console’s Index Coverage report.
Facebook has introduced a new option for muting people and pages which is a little less anti-social than unfollowing them.
Pinterest has hit a milestone of 200 million monthly active users, which represents a 40% growth since last year.
Google’s new Community Updates can help you keep up with what’s going on in your local community.
A new addition to Twitter, called ‘Popular Articles,’ will show you the top articles your connections are tweeting about.
Google has rolled out some updates to Merchant Center to help Google Shopping advertisers prepare for the holiday season.
Bing is upgrading its unique Visual Search experience with technology that will make it even more intelligent.