While revealing over 50% of YouTube views now occur on mobile device, Google has announced a series of updates to improve the advertising experience.
Revealing data from a Wall Street Journal study suggests Google is advertising its own products at the top of search results 91% of the time.
French search engine Qwant has ambitious plans to one day beat Google at its own game.
DuckDuckGo revealed it has hit a milestone of 14 million searches in a single day. In addition, the search engine is celebrating a combined total of 10 billion searches performed since launching in 2010.
It has been discovered that Safari for iOS is now returning click-to-call buttons in some of its search suggestions for local businesses.
Matt Cutts, once the head of Google’s webspam team, confirmed his leave of absence from the company is permanent.
Fabric, one of the most popular mobile development platforms, has been acquired by Google.
Bing is giving advertisers more control over their ad extensions with the ability to schedule specific times for them to be displayed.
It has been discovered that Google Analytics is reading clicks from the Google Home app as direct traffic.
Google has updated its Android app to benefit those who may find themselves running into spotty internet connections from time to time.
Google is retiring the “classic” Google+ as it introduces an all-new version with several significant updates.
“Crawl budget” is a loaded term made up of a lot moving parts. Gary Illyes, a Google Webmaster Trends Analyst, has explained exactly what crawl budget is and what it means for Googlebot.
Google Maps is rolling out a global update to its ride services mode which brings a new design and the ability to book rides directly within Maps itself.
A security release for all previous versions WordPress is now available, which the company strongly recommends all users upgrade to immediately.
Google’s John Mueller recommends users no longer use the ‘link:’ operator in search.
Google AdWords will be automatically adding call extensions to mobile ads beginning February 6, 2017.
Yahoo as we know it is no longer. CEO Marissa Mayer resigned, and remaining board members have chosen to rename the company as “Altaba Inc.”
Google gave site owners plenty of time to prepare the upcoming mobile interstitials penalty, but in case you have not yet done so, we have rounded up 10 pieces of expert advice.
Bing has revealed the top marketing keywords searched for in 2016, according to Bing US search data.
With Siri being thoroughly integrated into the latest Apple TV units, it was only a matter of time before Google Assistant made its way to Android TV.