Now in their fifth year, the UK Search Awards are being presented at a ceremony in London, England, on November 26th, 2015.
Google has removed “OK Google” from the latest version of Chrome for desktop
Over half of the 100 billion searches conducted on Google each month now come from mobile devices
Instagram has launched a new account for sharing business tips and case studies.
Google has formally announced it is no longer recommending a proposal issued in 2009 related to AJAX crawling.
Facebook’s video experience has been designed to more closely resemble YouTube than ever before.
Starting today on the Pinterest app for iOS, place Pins will be able to provide directions to pinned locations via Google Maps.
Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 9, will be capable of using Google to search for in-app content.
Algorithms and engines took a back seat during majority of this year’s sessions, with a renewed focus on real human searchers.
The 3rd Annual Ceremony in Las Vegas took place at the Paris Hotel. Check out the winners!
The second day of Pubcon Las Vegas was a wake up call to fact that marketers should be doing more to please people with their digital strategies.
Google has introduced an open-source content delivery platform that promises instantaneous loading of web pages on mobile devices.
“Eat or be eaten. Move or be bulldozed. Learn what you need to know or become obsolete,” – the theme of this year’s Pubcon Las Vegas,
Google has begun rolling out a series of algorithmic changes designed to more aggressively target hacked spam.
According to Google’s Gary Illyes, Google Authorship may make a comeback
Facebook announced three main enhancements today to provide further opportunities for people to express themselves on the world’s largest social network.
The new Moz Local Search Ranking Factors Study is now out for 2015!
Over the next few weeks Google will be rolling out ad targeting by e-mail address.
Facebook has updates notes with a Medium-like look and feel.
Google’s voice search is running on a whole new engine that’s able to recognize and anticipate words with a higher rate of accuracy.