A patent granted to Google may be an indication of how the search giant intends to rank video content in the future.
Local searches conduced in Google will now return a more limited local pack.
Bing will start warning searchers before visiting unsafe online pharmacies selling counterfeit medication.
Google has introduced a new type of Schema markup that can be used to display detailed critic review knowledge graph cards in the search results pages.
Google’s new Search Analytics Report gives a lot of power back to SEO experts, and this latest improvement is a breath of fresh air for digital marketers.
Google has shot down the request of France’s CNIL to implement ’right to be forgotten’ worldwide.
There are many people who think that Google doesn’t want you to do link building. Here’s why they’re wrong.
Google introduced a new search feature today which will show when local stores are at their busiest.
Google announced Google+ will no longer be a requirement to access Google services.
Google is restricting unauthorized access to its autocomplete API as of August 10th, 2015.
Google’s Gary Illyes has confirmed that Google started rolling out Panda update version 4.2 last weekend, affecting 2–3% of queries.
Google recommends site owners remove app download interstitials in order to improve the mobile browsing experience.
Google cleared the air today about how it deals with domain extensions, and confirmed that they’re all weighted equally.
The top ten verified sites in Google Search Console, according to search impressions, are now all HTTPS
Google’s stock price shot up immediately on Friday, rising nearly 15% and beating Wall Street estimates.
The new version of Bing Maps, rolled out last week, is already seeing a number of search-related enhancements.
Google Search Console will be sending out fewer messages to site owners over the coming weeks.
An addition to Google Maps will make it more convenient for you to take locations with you on the go
Are all tweets searchable in Google? Not exactly. The search giant actually has a long way to go