The Phantom strikes again! Google's Phantom menace! Alright, that's enough of that I guess.
I was actually under the mistaken impression that tests for the mobile-first index were already live. Oops!
Word on the street is that a lot of webmasters saw their sites jumping hither and thither last week.
This information should be helpful to SEO experts when planning their strategies this year. Details on which updates were rolled out when according to E2M Solutions.
Every week I find myself shocked to learn about a new dumb thing that SEOs think will get their site to the first page.
You've heard about buyable Pins, right? Now Pinterest wants to kick it up another notch with PPC.
Yet another question as timeless as SEO itself - can you trust Google's tools?
AdWords ads are now displaying in the top 4 and at the bottom, also in a group of 4, in this new Google test.
SEOs like to say, like a record on repeat, that "content is king." But that doesn't mean that the only way to create content is through a blog.
You can now import yout Google AdWords campigns automatically into Bing Ads thanks to Bing's new Automated Imports.
Researchers looking into the extent and intentions of fake accounts on Twitter have discovered vast networks of fake accounts - one of them containing 350,000 members. One of the researchers, Dr.
Good news for those of you who support search engine alternatives to Google and Bing - DuckDuckGo is celebrating another milestone.
Matt Cutts, on leave from Google since 2014, officially left the company for the US Digital Service at the end of 2016.
Firstly what is “Interstitial”, this is an advertisement that appears while a chosen website or page is downloading.
Google continues to mull over Google+ and has announced it'll be adding Events, and what it describes as, "its time to say goodbye to classic Google+ on the web, which we'll be turning down on Janu
Fancy something a little more meaty and technical than your typical SEO article?
It's been years now since SEOs have been using the link search operator at Google (e.g., link:yourdomain.com) and relying on it to provide meaningful data.
The first step was to create a list of the most widely-used shopping cart platforms in Europe and the U.S (source: BuiltWith.com); Danny Richman then
It's a long-running conspiracy theory in SEO that Google throttles the traffic it sends to sites. Some webmasters have, in the past and up to today, noticed strange patterns with their traffic.
Namely, Google Map Maker is shutting down. Now, I know what you're thinking - who cares?
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