This week’s SEJ Wrap-Up is about the history of Google’s biggest changes , and Facebook’s new tool, Audience Optimization.
Over 60% of people say they trust Google for news more than they trust the news outlets contained in Google’s index.
Google will now index a site’s HTTPS pages by default, even if an HTTP equivalent exists.
We are thrilled to announce that Google Webmaster Trends Analyst, Gary Illyes, will keynote at SEJ Summit Chicago happening June 23 at historical landmark, Navy Pier.
This is a session recap from Marcus Tober’s presentation on “The Search (R)evolution” from our June 13 San […]
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Google’s John Mueller has confirmed via a comment on Google+ there’s no loss in link signals when moving from HTTP to HTTPS.
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Google announced the launch a new site called Google News Lab, which is designed to be a home on the web for reporter resources.
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Google Search Console will now report on errors it finds with respect to the utilization of AMP technology on your website.
Google has removed “OK Google” from the latest version of Chrome for desktop
Google+ links and reviews are no longer being included in search results, even in searches for specific business names.
Google is rolling out a new feature for Android users that will have Google Maps attempting to predict where you want to go next.
Google’s annual “bad ads” report is out, revealing that the search giant disabled over 780 million ads in 2015 for policy violations.
Sometime last year, Google launched a feature that incorporates knowledge graph data into Google suggest. It would be fantastic…. if only it worked.
Google is testing the ability for Android users to install apps directly from search results.
In an effort to help marketers immediately capitalize on fleeting advertising opportunities, Google will be rolling out a beta test of a new ad unit called Real-time Ads.