Several SEO tools have been brought to WordPress.com, which will make it easier for users to optimize posts and pages for organic search traffic.
Due to the very nature of AI and machine learning, using Google Assistant comes with a trade-off: your personal data
Google is fighting back against fraud with an advanced verification process for plumbers and locksmiths.
Google Home gives you immediate access to Google Assistant whenever and wherever you need it. Find out when it’s available and how much it will cost.
Google has been spotted testing trending search results and instant answers right in the search bar.
Google’s official blog, now known as “The Keyword”, combines articles across nineteen separate company blogs in one place.
Google Maps has updated its mobile app with new voice search capabilities.
Google’s Gary Illyes has confirmed Penguin recoveries are happening now, and will be finished within the next few days.
Google continues to make remarketing an even more powerful tool for advertisers with the release new advertising innovations.
Google’s iOS app now has an incognito mode for private searching and web browsing.
Cross-device remarketing for AdWords can help you target the same ads to the same users as they move between their devices.
Google is testing a new type of Schema markup designed for scientific data to be more easily understood by search engines.
Penguin is now running in real-time as a part of Google’s core algorithm. The update goes into effect today in all languages.
Google Allo, the company’s smart messaging app, may be a cause for concern when it comes to privacy.
Google is now displaying vacation prices on the first page of its search results.
With AMP pages now being indexed in Google’s regular set of search results, the pressure is on for publishers to adapt.
Google Allo, the search giant’s much anticipated messaging app, is available to download on iOS and Android
Google is officially rolling out AMP pages in organic search results around the world
Google has pushed the date back to October 10th. That’s the new date when Google will be taking away quality score information for new and underperforming keywords.
Only ‘valid’ AMP pages are eligible to show in Google’s search results, which is why it is necessary to validate your pages before they go live.