Google has introduced a new feature to its search results which will display upcoming air times for TV shows.
In instances where a website has only a desktop version and an AMP version, Google will index the desktop version by default.
Here are some stats on our initiatives for Facebook Live and if they drove traffic and engagement or not.
Twitter has updated its mute feature to allow users stop getting notifications for tweets that contain certain words, usernames, hashtags, and even emojis.
Google is implementing a change to its AdSense publisher policies which will prevent fake news sites from serving ads.
There is a bug affecting Google’s search results pages causing the wrong publish date to be shown for certain types of posts.
On November 10th, an update to Google search appears to have occurred, according to reports on the web and our own data
Instagram is adding three new features to Stories – a mini-video format called Boomerang, the ability to mention other users, and links.
Bing Ads has plans to roll out a native search advertising platform early next year.
Google AdWords’ price extensions will now appear in search results as swipeable cards.
Bing Ads has introduced app install ads in a pilot program for all US advertisers.
There was quite a shock Friday afternoon as many people checked their Facebook profiles, only to see that their profile had been memorialized.
Google has announced plans to retire its standalone Map Maker product in March 2017.
Google is cracking down on an activity where certain site owners are maliciously breaking Google’s Safe Browsing policies.
Google has released its official set of best practices for making Progressive Web Apps indexable.
Google wants to be your source for up-to-the-minute coverage of election results for the 2016 US Presidential election.
In today’s mobile-first world, content hidden behind tabs for user experience purposes will now be given full weight.
Twitter now lets brands use chatbots to help provide better customer service more quickly with a pair of new features: Welcome Screens and Quick Replies.
What are the most asked questions after the conclusion of a presidential debate? Bing took a unique approach to finding out the answer.
In October 2016, mobile and tablet devices accounted for 51.3% of internet usage in October compared to 48.7% by desktop.
A report published by Reuters states that 75% of Internet use in 2017 will be from mobile devices.