With 85% of indexed pages now being mobile-friendly, Google is removing the ‘mobile-friendly’ label from mobile search results.
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.
Users have discovered that searching for “**” (without quotation marks) pulls up a list websites for physically nearby businesses.
Photography website 500px has launched a new type of search engine, called Splash, that allows users to search by colors or by drawing rudimentary sketches.
Google is giving more small business the ability to post short messages directly to the front page of search results.
Pinterest has launched a new type of video advertising called Promoted Video Ads. The new ads are designed to help brands drive more sales.
Software company Moz is dropping its social media and content marketing tools in an effort to “double down” on core SEO products.
A reporting glitch in Google Search Console affecting ‘links to your site’ data appears to have been fixed.
WordPress 4.6 comes with performance improvements as well as some useful new features. Here’s a run down of what’s included.
Twitter is opening #Stickers to brands. People can add these Promoted #Stickers, which are designed by the brand, to their photos before tweeting.
Bing Ads announced it is rolling out Upgraded URLs to all advertisers; an easier and more efficient way of tracking URLs compared to current destination URLs.
In an effort to provide more transparent Quality Score reporting, Google AdWords will begin to report on null Quality Scores beginning September 12
Google has made an update to its AdWords Keyword Planner tool which will benefit big spending advertisers, and give low spenders limited access to keyword data.
Facebook is introducing three new metrics to help you better understand how your videos are performing so you can continue to grow your audience.
Facebook has rolled out a pair of new tools to help publishers who are using 360 videos: guided tours and heatmap insights. Here’s how they work.
Pinterest advertisers can now buy ads based on how much they want to pay for impressions. In addition to CPM buying, Pinterest will allow frequency capping.
Facebook’s new ranking signal aims to deliver stories to your news feed by predicting which stories you will find the most informative to you personally.
Matt Cutts, Google’s former head of web spam, took to Quora to explain why he left Google to work at the United Stated Digital Service.
Google Now, the virtual assistant that lives inside Android phones and the Google Search app, is about to get more personal with you.
In September Google will release Chrome 53, which will be designed to block Flash.