Last week I highlighted a story from SEL where the writer claimed that a lawyer who switched to .attorney saw a big ranking boost. Turns out that article was probably a bunch of BS!
A class action lawsuit about AdWords can proceed, the U.S. Supreme Court says. Well, really they declined to hear the case.
Remember a few months ago when Google said that they keep track of users who submit good, real, honest spam reports? And that those reports get prioritized?
Here's a curious little article published in Search Engine Land recently.
Now that more than 50% of all searches happen on mobile devices, Google's Gary Illyes says that it makes sense to have a separate, mobile-only index.
Google's Paris office has been raided by investigators where Google is accused of owing the French state
This lawsuit can proceed, says the judge. However, don't get too excited just yet as Google usually manages to come out without a case to answer.
People can be skeptical of a lot of SEO practices. Is the method of payment one of them?
A few months ago, Twitter was talking about pushing its character limit out to 10,000+. There was a huge debate over how essential the character limit is to the essence of Twitter.
Google has announced a mobile SERPs update coming in May which will mean that mobile-friendly sites are likely to get a bigger boost.
Beginning July 13 of this year, Google will stop accepting and displaying ads for a specific slice of payday and high interest loans.
They call it the L.E.A.N. system because ads clearly need to go on a diet. That stands for "Light, Encrypted, AdChoice supported, and Non-invasive advertising".
Just another way for Google to keep all the traffic to itself?
This just popped up in my Twitter feed
Just in case you were wondering if Google still values the mobile web - the answer is "yep!" Their mobile friendliness test was launched prior to Mobilegeddon and now it's getting an upgrade!
There's a new ad unit design on the block for Google AdSense. And it's pretty minimal - white space, a little blue text, and nothing more.
Getty Images has decided to take its complaint to the E.U. over what it says is Google Image Search making it easier for image piracy.
Evidently clickjacking has become a big enough issue that Big G is willing to devote resources to fighting it!
Just a week after Google started testing a very sneaky color change for ads in its European search results, they now appear to be testing ads in loca
For what feels like half a year or more, zombie traffic has been plaguing all sorts of websites.
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