Facebook announced it will now begin to place live videos higher up in peoples’ news feeds while those videos are live.
A study was recently published by SimilarWeb detailing the top 10 sites that grew their organic search traffic […]
Recode reports Snapchat announced it has has now reached 8 billion video views per day; the same amount of daily video views as Facebook.
Google announced the ‘Add a Pitstop’ feature within Google Maps is now available on iOS devices in all countries where navigation is offered.
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Responding to a question asked in a Google+ Hangout, Google’s John Mueller officially stated AMP is not a ranking factor at this point.
The recent leak of documents which detail Wikimedia Foundation’s plans to build a search engine have led to the resignation its executive director.
The short answer is because “abrupt changes take time to be visible in Search Console.”
Facebook has rolled out Reactions, its anticipated extension of the Like button.
Google has quietly rolled out the ability to send information about places directly from search results to your smartphone.
Google’s anticipated Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project is already being seen by some searchers ahead of the official February 24 launch date.
A study conducted by marketing firm Reboot aims to show that there is a positive correlation between a page’s outgoing links and its search rankings.
Snapchat’s latest endeavor to monetize its app is offering on-demand Geofilters, which can be created virtually anywhere.
This post will try to clear up the confusion and questions people have following Google’s removal of right sidebar ads.
As it turns out, Google actually has the slowest loading home page on mobile devices compares to its major competitors.
Starting today, Google will begin phasing out the right hand gutter ads.
Facebook announced updates to the Video Metrics section of Page Insights that will see several improvements made to how it tracks user engagement with videos.
Google announced it has updated Translate with 13 new languages, now offering translations between 103 languages in total.
Facebook’s proprietary solution quick loading content, Instant Articles, will be made available to everyone as of April 12th.
Wikimedia clarifies that, despite headlines, it is not trying to create a search engine to compete with other platforms, including Google.