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.
Twitter’s new features include the ability to tell customers if you provide support and when you are active on Twitter, and a larger Direct Message button.
It’s now possible to move a Google Analytics property, or Analytics 360 property, between Google accounts.
Google introduced two ad innovations that are designed to help people find more of what they want on mobile devices.
Bing Ads is rolling out a couple new features. Structured Snippets is now rolling out in the U.S., and the Bing Ads app now has bulk editing.
Originally, there was a deadline of October 26 where standard text ads could no longer be used. Google is now extending the deadline to January 31, 2017.
Google has now launched trip planning for desktop devices. Until now, Maps on desktop provided users with a limited set of information
Facebook Live broadcasting has been limited to smartphones, but that could be changing soon. Is the arrival of Facebook Live for the desktop imminent?
Facebook has announced a couple new ways for brands and businesses to send customers to, and complete purchases within, its Messenger app.
Gone are the days when you would need to have one email address per account. Now you can connect up to five AdWords accounts to one email.
1.75 billion websites have been removed from Google’s index due to copyright requests.
AMP pages will soon appear in the regular set of organic search listings, when previously they would be relegated to their own carousel at the top of the SERPs.
With an impending change in Quality Score from Google due on September 12, here’s an updated version of my free AdWords Script.
Finally, conversion tracking has come to LinkedIn. You can now track how many of your sponsored content and text ads on LinkedIn are leading to conversions.
Facebook has announced an update to Lookalike Audiences that should make it easier for advertisers to reach consumers around the globe.
Google’s Security Issues report in Search Console has, for over 9 years, been a valuable tool for helping webmasters resolve security issues with their sites.
Google has taken it upon itself to reiterate the policy on widget links, specifically warning against “unnatural” links.
Reviews from the web are being added to Google’s Knowledge Panels in search results; this update is available worldwide on mobile and desktop.
A new advertising experience is now available to AdWords advertisers. Shop the look makes it possible to sell clothing directly in Google search results pages.
Did Google update its algorithm last week? Google’s John Mueller recently addressed that question, and here is the answer.