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Google’s EMD algorithm update focused on ridding the SERPs of spammy or low-quality exact match domains.
Here’s a complete history of Google’s Penguin algorithm update, which targeted web spam and manipulative link building tactics.
Google is now letting searchers donate to nonprofit organizations directly from search results.
Who typically runs Google My Business and Google Plus pages? Learn the SEJ Twitter community’s response to this #SEJSurveySays poll.
Following the Google Venice Update, the traditional 10 blue link results began to cater more toward local intent.
The complete history of Google’s ‘above the fold’ page layout algorithm, how it has evolved, and what it all means.
Google Trends is now going to provide even more real-time data on the popularity of search terms.
Google has implemented a subtle, new change to search results across mobile and desktop.
Learn how to navigate the process of earning your Google AdWords certification in this step-by-step guide.
Google Shopping ads have been updated with new features that enhance the discovery, research, and comparison of products.
The Google Freshness algorithm update was a significant ranking change with many important implications to search engine success.
A policy change will require that content on an AMP be comparable to the original content on the canonical page.
While Google’s Caffeine Update had little direct impact on rankings, it set the stage for some massive changes to follow.
Continuing its effort to guide searchers toward credible content, Google has announced plans to introduce eight new trust indicators.
The Google Jagger Update altered its algorithm to target unnatural link building, duplicate content, and other technical factors.
Google Maps will soon be rolling out an update that will improve location discovery in two distinct ways.
Google’s Big Daddy Update, historical account of facts and released statements from Google’s former head of webspam, Matt Cutts.