Bing is honoring what is said to be its most requested Bing Ads feature with the release of Bing Ads Editor for Mac.
It has been confirmed that Google AdWords price extensions are now eligible to be shown on all devices.
Google has released a new report illustrating the latest industry benchmarks for mobile page speed. How does your site stack up?
Yoast SEO, a WordPress plugin with over 3 million installs, has received updates to both its free and premium versions. Here’s what’s new in each.
Google Assistant has been updated with a slang dictionary, a beer guide, and men’s fashion advice.
These tips outline the correct way to temporarily shut down a site without affecting its search presence.
Google has revealed plans to release Google Assistant, the company’s AI-based voice assistant, to all smartphones running Android 6.0 and above.
Google’s messaging app Allo, along with its built-in virtual assistant, is coming to desktop.
Google’s flagship app for iOS can finally surface AMPs in search results.
Google has issued a public response to assure users their accounts have not been compromised.
Adobe Analytics reveals AMPs account for 7% of traffic to top US publishers. This data is accurate as of December 2016
Google will cease sales of its Google Site Search product on April 1, 2017. Current customers will still be able to use it until their license expires.
HTTPs pages on the front page of Google search results could reach 50% by late May/early June 2017.
According to new Google My Business (GMB) guidelines, it is not acceptable for a service-area business to use a virtual location.
New cards have been spotted in Google Now which display recipe suggestions based on search history and previously read articles.
Gboard, Google’s alternative mobile keyboard, has been updated on iPhone with support for voice typing, new emoji, and new languages.
Google has released a new API for publishers which uses machine learning to filter out hurtful comments online.
Maile Ohye, former Developer Programs Tech Lead at Google, and repeat guest at SEJ Summit, has bid farewell to the search giant.
Google and Bing have come to a voluntary agreement with the UK government to demote websites in UK search results which provide links to download copyright infringing content.
Creative Commons has launched the beta version of a new search engine which is designed to make it even easier to find free-to-use images.