Google has officially released a single-page website builder designed for small businesses.
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Google introduced a Purchases on Google beta program which allows qualifying merchants to add a “Buy” button to search adds.
In an effort to get more people to use its Bing search engine, Microsoft is offering monetary incentives.
A new AdWords experience is expected to be rolled out to all advertisers by the end of the year.
A Google Analytics Project Manager has confirmed the new Google Analytics home screen is now available to 50% of users.
WordPress version 4.8 is now available to download or update from your WordPress dashboard.
Google has introduced a tool for publishers to help them identify how annoying and intrusive their site’s ads are.
Google has officially rolled out Google Posts to all small businesses with a Google My Business listing.
Google is taking personalized search a step further with a “Personal” tab which has been rolled out in search results.
Google is getting in on the fidget spinner craze with its very own virtual device embedded into search results.
In an effort to help AdWords users get the most out of their advertising budget, Google is introducing Maximize Conversions.
Google has increased the level cap for Local Guides, while also adding new perks and new ways to contribute.
Bing has introduced an advanced form of image search which it calls Bing Visual Search.
Google has started compressing its display ads by up to 40% in an effort to improve page load times.
Google For Jobs sees the company collaborating with others in the job industry to connect employers with the right candidates.
Search engine Yandex has launched a platform for content creation and distribution, which it calls Yandex Zen.
Google has topped the BrandZ global rankings list for the second year in a row.
Bing Ads is releasing two new features via a pilot program that are designed to help advertisers reach ideal customers.
Google is catering to the art aficionados with its latest update to organic search results.
Google is expected to be hit with a fine of over 1 billion euros by antitrust officials in Europe.