Google has updated its rich results testing tool with the ability to run separate tests for mobile and desktop.
According to a recent study, the most neglected aspect of technical optimization is website accessibility for the visually impaired.
After restricting ads for third-party tech support services to “legitimate” providers, Google hasn’t delivered on its promised verification program.
A new feature in Google Maps utilizes machine learning to recommend a restaurant’s most popular dishes.
Twitter is upgrading its live streaming capabilities by letting up to four users broadcast simultaneously.
Instagram has been spotted testing “order” stickers in stories, which may indicate it’s working on new ways to complete transactions.
Google is planning to remove the ‘Target Search Page Location’ and ‘Target Outranking Share’ bid strategies in late June.
Google has updated its help document on using ‘how-to’ structured data with new guidelines about things people should avoid doing.
Time spent on Instagram is expected to grow this year, while Facebook will not recover from last year’s engagement drop.
A recent study shows that a vast majority of business-to-business (B2B) professionals prefer engaging with webinars over other content types.
Mobile-first indexing will be enabled by default for all new websites as of July 1, 2019.
A recent study shows that nearly a quarter of small business owners believe visual content is highly effective.
Instagram is taking its celebration of Pride Month a step further this year with rainbow story rings.
A recent study of marketing leaders aims to determine which character traits are common among those who are most successful.
Google’s disavow links tool apparently doesn’t work with the new domain properties in Search Console.
Google is rolling out a new ability to Search, Maps, and Assistant that allows users to order from local restaurants.
Google’s John Mueller cleared up a misconception about the URL parameter tool in Search Console, saying it doesn’t remove URLs.