Google wants you to ask more complex questions, at least as far as its mobile app is concerned.
Google has introduced two new AdWords features designed to maximize sales during the holiday season.
WordPress is now used on 25% of all sites on the web.
Tumblr is the latest social network to get its own built-in instant messaging feature.
Bing has released a tool for assessing a web page’s mobile-friendliness.
At Pubcon 2015 in Las Vegas, the SEJ team had the opportunity to speak with Jenny Halasz and Eric Enge about content effectiveness optimization.
Now you can download Google maps in advance and access them offline.
Google’s Fetch and Render tool will now give you a more detailed breakdown of what’s being blocked.
Pinterest is introducing new visual search functionality.
Jordan Kasteler and Cynthia Johnson on driving traffic with content syndication and social media.
Facebook is rolling out a new post format called Music Stories.
Google has integrated the Google Map Maker into its app for iOS.
Chris Boggs on building a successful agency, and Erin Everhart on selling SEO to the C-suite.
Google My Business is launching a feature that will allow businesses to set their holiday hours in advance.
Web pages with obtrusive app interstitials will no longer be considered mobile-friendly in Google search.
Google is getting more aggressive in its fight against deceptive mobile-only redirects.
Twitter’s organic search traffic on desktop is up 20% in six months
Twitter’s support team announced today the number of accounts you can follow has increased from 2,000 to 5,000.
Facebook’s ‘Other’ inbox is being replaced with more noticeable Message Requests.
Google uses an AI called RankBrain to handle first-time queries