Google SERPs update?

There's been much talk of Google SERPs in the last week or so and I wondered if you'd been seeing changes in Google SERPs?

Google recommends moving sites from m-dot to responsive before the Mobile First Index Launches

According to a Google Hangout, John Meuller suggests webmasters migrating from m-dot sites should move to responsive in advance of the mobile first index.

Google hit with antitrust fine of $2.7 billion over shopping comparison service

Google has been fined by the European Commission $2.7 billion for breaching antitrust regulations and abusing its dominance to favor its own comparison shopping service.

July 12 "Battle for the Net" With Facebook and Google taking part over Net neutrality

On July 12 Google, Faceboo, Amazon, Mozilla, and others, are taking part in "Battle for the Net." It's protest action the companies are taking to highlight the issues to save Net neutrality.

Google Search Apps to Get AI for News Feed

Google is releasing updates to its apps on iOS and Android where artificial intelligence will be used to learn about your interests with the result of giving you even more of the relevant news.

Bing Webmaster Tools Broken?

Bing's webmaster tools appear to be broken, and it doesn't look as if there's a fix coming. Perhaps by talking about it Microsoft will do something.

Do you use Bing Webmaster Tools?

Has Spammy Content From Others in Google Ruined a Webmaster's Livelihood

Barry Schwartz has written a piece about an observation in the WebmasterWold Google update thread that a webmaster has lost their livelihood over spammy sites ranking above their quality site.

The rise of HTTPS in Google SERPs

According to a report at SER, 99% of Google page 1 SERPs contain at least one HTTPS result. I haven't see quite that many, but, I have seen a lot more HTTPS than previously.

Affiliate Summit Acquired by Clarion Events

Most of you know Affiliate Summit and Missy Ward and Shawn Collins, and it's just been confirmed that Clarion Events has acquired Affiliate Summit.