Google Ads is launching a feature that makes it easier for advertisers to appeal policy decisions and get ads approved.
LinkedIn is launching a new type of message-based ad that uses conversation to deliver a customized experience for each user.
Facebook is making efforts to help small businesses get through the COVID-19 pandemic with several initiatives launched this week.
As events go virtual, get postponed, or altogether cancelled due to coronavirus – Google is supporting new types of event schema.
The upcoming WordPress 5.5 update will expand the content management system’s auto-updating capabilities to themes and plugins. Currently, auto-updating is […]
YouTube advises that, with fewer people available to review content during this time, more videos will be removed than normal.
Bing is making an effort to keep people up-to-date on the spread of COVID-19 with an interactive tracking map.
Google is notifying people that support for Google Ads and Google My Business may be delayed or completely unavailable.
With the command “Hey Google, read this page,” Google Assistant can read entire web pages to users on Android.
A new study shows a significant knowledge gap when it comes to understanding SEO basics.
Google My Business optimization, not website optimization, is considered the most valuable local marketing service in 2020.
Google is waiving the fees on the premium version of Hangouts Meet to assist businesses and schools operating remotely.
Google is working with the US government to develop a website informing people about coronavirus, in addition to other measures.
Google’s John Mueller recently stated in a webmaster hangout that W3C validation has no impact on search results.
Google‘s latest ‘Search for Beginners’ video is a crash course on how to create effective snippets for search results.
President Donald Trump erroneously stated in an emergency address that Google is building a coronavirus testing website.
Twitter is back with more tips on writing effective tweets, this time with a focus on announcing new products.
YouTube is rolling out an update to its mobile app which replaces one of its most frequently visited sections.
YouTube is backtracking on a decision made weeks ago to demonetize content about the coronavirus.