More Google updates in March, of course, as would be expected. However, the added fun is the roll out of Google's Mobile First Indexing.
Google's featured snippets are extended with multifaceted featured snippets on Google to much more nuanced queries. No doubt in line with Google's program of serving voice search.
We probably all knew this was coming: Google has said it'll use page speed as a metric in mobile search from July 2018.
Are your mobile pages ready?
A password theft bug that was originally reported to affect Intel processors appears to have a wider reach.
Google's latest SERPs update and report for December 2017 shows, as usual, November is a busy month, and December quietens down.
Buried in the US holiday period, the discussion about net neutrality might be losing some attention, but, really, it shouldn't. People should take notice.
There's an interesting discussion on the E.U.'s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) which comes into full force in May 2018.
Google has changed the way you search so that a local country is all users can search, and Google says this is because it wants to provide better localization.
We're all thinking about the Mobile First index at Google and welcome information such as this from Google's John Mueller.
Google's Danny Sullivan attended an internal "Ranking Fair" the other day.
At the State of Search Conference this week, Jen Slegg was interviewing Google's Gary Illyes, and one of the main topics was about the top ranking factors and the effectiveness of linking.
Microsoft has decided to re-brand the Windows Store to become the Microsoft Store, so don't be surprised to see the new name.
"Over the last two years, the total share of
Google announced that Adwords can now overspend double the daily budget but Google will credit back any overdelivery over the monthly budget.
Now that Verizon has get its feet well under the desk, the audit to the data breach of 1 billion accounts at Yahoo has now been upped to 3 billion accounts, and some of that data included birth dat
In a recent webmaster blog post, Google announced that it is removing the first click free requirement for publishers, stating that it will be replacing it with a model called 'flexible sampling'
Twitter has said it's testing 280 character tweets with a limited number of users.
Is it going to help, or will we all just want more and more?
Apple has switched out Bing from Siri web search and replaced it with Google organic results.
Google offered to display rival comparison engines via auction system, as reported by
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