Google has launched a new type of search engine designed specifically around helping people find data.
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A new speed analysis of top content management systems finds Wix dead last, though it performs better in other areas.
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Google is adding data from image search in Analytics. Users may see a drop in referral data from ‘Google organic’.
Google’s new responsive display ads will become the new default ad type for the Google Display Network.