Google announced it will begin to devalue pages with intrusive pop-ups (otherwise known as interstitials). This change comes into effect after January 10, 2017.
Apps play a key role in mobile internet usage. Learn everything you need to know about app indexing and how you can integrate your app in search results.
Google Now, the virtual assistant that lives inside Android phones and the Google Search app, is about to get more personal with you.
A series of updates were rolled out to Google Maps for Android this week, including a Wi-fi only mode, the option to save to an SD card, and more.
Yelp has filed another grievance, so to speak, against Google over a recent change to search results that affects restaurant review sites.
Google announced a change to its search results today which is designed to guide travelers to the best restaurants and bars.
Google is encouraging site owners via Search Console to create AMP versions of their content.
Live blogs are about to get even faster thanks to live-updating AMPs, announced this week by the Accelerated Mobile Pages project.
Today, Google is unveiling an early preview of expanded AMP support across the entire search results pages.
An exact month after adding multiple trips to Google Maps on Android, the feature has now come to the iOS version of Maps.
The new Google mobile testing tool is an easy (and free) way to make sure that your users aren’t bouncing off of your website. Learn more here.
An update this week to the Google Chrome browser for iOS brings support for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).
More than ever, mobile search is becoming the future of SEO, and with that comes a host of new challenges. Here’s how you can get started with mobile SEO.
Google’s flagship app for iOS has been updated with several key new features, one of which you won’t believe it didn’t have until now.
Want your site discoverable to mobile users? Learn the biggest challenges in mobile SEO and how you can overcome them.
Let’s look at the differences between preparing to optimize for search engines that let users search via the spoken word versus the typed word.
Customers are calling businesses in greater numbers than ever before thanks to digital marketing channels – especially mobile […]
I’m excited to welcome Anne Ahold Ward as one of our speakers for the first SEJ Summit of 2016, happening in Santa Monica. Anne will be speaking on mobile usability and optimization.
Today, the company confirmed a new streaming mobile ad feature. This new feature will allow users to access a short 60-second or less version of an app that will respond to taps just like the full app. According to Sissie Hsiao, Google’s new head of product for mobile ads, the goal of this new feature is to help app developers find the right users.
Jim Banks and Jordan Koene present unique views on how to keep searchers satisfied.