In order to get some stars and seller reviews showing up in AdWords ads, businesses are currently told that they need at least 30 reviews.
Alphabet (and therefore Google) saw year on year profit growth of 24% for Q2 2016.
How often do Adblockers come up in casual conversation? That's the subject of this WebmasterWorld thread.
A class action lawsuit about AdWords can proceed, the U.S. Supreme Court says. Well, really they declined to hear the case.
Google's Paris office has been raided by investigators where Google is accused of owing the French state
People can be skeptical of a lot of SEO practices. Is the method of payment one of them?
For what feels like half a year or more, zombie traffic has been plaguing all sorts of websites.
Over in the EU, Google has been battling an antitrust case for a while now.
Ever wondered where the line is between a disgruntled, fake review and cold, hard, libel?
Both Google and Apple tried to have the $1 billion figure hidden from the public when it came to light in court documents for a case between Oracle and Google. Journalists got to it first though.
Yahoo has been determined to complete a tax-free spinoff of its stake in Alibaba, even after the IRS said it might not fly.
Only 66% of users on complex payment systems will complete a transaction - making cart abandonment a major issue for ecommerce sites.
Dealing with reputation issues, identity theft, negative reviews, and viral bad publicity are all issues businesses and SEOs face regularly.
You can buy a fake review for $5 or less in some circles - but the real cost of a fake review might be increasing soon.
Videos without proper endorsement disclosures are being targeted by the FTC, according to the SEM Post.
You might have heard that Google is sending Wikipedia less traffic these days. This was probably put to you in unnecessarily explosive terms.
Google is reorganizing under the umbrella of a new parent company called Alphabet, hoping to keep its eclectic ducks in a row.
Calling all SEOs - the Empire is seeking a new Viceroy.
In and effort to attract more users, Yahoo has announced a partnership with Oracle so that everytime a user updates Java, they may be switched to Yahoo.
Well, that's all she wrote - it took less than a week for Thumbtack's penalty to be lifted. But the story's not over.
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