Announced this morning on their Webmaster Central blog, Google has released an official Google Publisher Plugin for WordPress. […]
Steve Guberman breaks down what Google’s Tag Manager is, what it can do for publishers and businesses, as well as providing some interesting use cases you may just want to try yourself.
Imagine a world where the Internet loads four times as fast. Welcome to Google AMP. From Julia McCoy, here’s a guide on making your content AMP-friendly.
Three weeks ago I had the chance to present to a class of seventh graders at a local […]
Google confirmed yesterday that businesses who have not not logged into their “Google My Business” account may risk losing their verification.
Google has doubled the amount of structured information that can be shown with text ads.
Back in 2010, Glenn Gabe wrote a great post talking about how helpful the Google AdWords Help Center was. […]
Yoga enthusiasts rejoice, as the next time you search for a yoga pose it may be Google itself teaching you how to do it.
Google Search Console will now report on errors it finds with respect to the utilization of AMP technology on your website.
Google is testing the ability for Android users to install apps directly from search results.
Google will be forced to expand the European “right to be forgotten” ruling worldwide.
Google is set to initiate its first ever lawsuit against a search marketing firm.
Google unveiled the most significant update to come to Google Trends in the past three years. Google Trends will now offer real-time data on what people are searching for right at this moment.
Google and Twitter are working together on their own ‘instant articles’ solution.
Google has formally announced it is no longer recommending a proposal issued in 2009 related to AJAX crawling.
Yahoo has revealed details about a deal with Google to display the competitor’s search results through 2018.
Local searches conduced in Google will now return a more limited local pack.
Nearly three hundred people joined the SEJ ThinkTank for a webinar presentation and extended Q&A session with SEJ founder Loren Baker regarding dynamic Google SEO.
When was the last time you checked if the Knowledge Graph information for your business up-to-date? Next time you conduct a Google search you may be reminded to give it a once over.
Google’s Fetch and Render tool will now give you a more detailed breakdown of what’s being blocked.