Facebook is rolling out new free and paid business tools designed to help businesses find new customers and connect with them in more ways.
Shopify is making it easier to optimize ecommerce stores for international markets all from a single Shopify site.
YouTube is bringing more analytics reports to mobile that were previously only available on desktop, which includes data about traffic sources and revenue.
Facebook reports the amount of small businesses using digital tools has increased globally, rising from 81% to 88% in the past six months.
To help diverse businesses and address cash flow needs, Facebook is introducing ways to access funding and get connected with business resources and networking groups.
In an effort to help professionals adapt to the future of work, LinkedIn is offering over 35 learning courses free for a limited.
YouTube answers questions about its advertiser-friendly guidelines and offers advice to creators to help ensure videos are always fully monetized.
Google’s John Mueller confirms a webpage’s original title will still be used for ranking purposes even when it’s replaced in SERPs.
An update rolling out soon to the Google News app will send users directly to publishers’ own webpages, rather than being sent to AMP pages.
After thorough beta testing, the Bing Content Submission API is now available to everyone. The tool notifies Bing when changes are made to a website.
Google is adding private, decentralized search engine Presearch as a default option on all new and factory-reset Android devices in the U.K. and Europe.
Google is giving retailers the option to indicate in search results when they offer special promotions related to shipping and returns.
Financial analysts estimate Google is paying Apple $15 billion to remain the default search provider on the Safari browser.
As more new information comes out about Google’s update to generating web page titles, we learn it’s dynamic and will react to on-site changes.
Google’s Danny Sullivan confirms the search engine is updating the way it generates web page titles in search results.
Facebook published a report which offers a first-ever look at what content gets the most views in peoples’ news feeds.