Google has recently introduced a 'stats box' in the search results from your Google Search Console data. It shows Clicks, Impression and Average Position of your website for the keyword/phrase you just searched, with some tips below the box. It looks like that it has now been rolled out to most countries. Just to share [...]
Google’s Search Liaison, Danny Sullivan, has published a series of tweets regarding recent updates to search algorithms. Sometimes, an update may be more noticeable. We aim to confirm those when we feel there is actionable information that content owners might take. For example, when our Speed Update happened, with gave months of advanced notice and [...]
I have been monitoring the comments on WebmasterWorld and Black Hat World and this is what I heard around the 8th and 9th of October 2018: "Slight upswing today - anybody seeing something similar?" "I had very strong traffic this morning. Something atypical for a Monday." "Something seems to be rolling out this morning, some kind of testing. I've [...]
What should local businesses do now that Google+ is closing? Not worry about it. Google+ was one more social network that emerged following the success of Facebook and Twitter making life worse for small business owners in wondering which channel will outdo the others. Except for the image-based networks like Pinterest, Instagram and Snapchat, other [...]
Consumer group says policies of Facebook, Amazon and Google are vague and unclear Privacy policies from companies including Facebook, Google and Amazon don’t fully meet the requirements of GDPR, according to the pan-European consumer group BEUC.
The consumer journey is no longer linear and it can be difficult to know when to deliver the right brand or product message. adidas turned to Google Marketing Platform to use audience insights to inform its storytelling, help teams from brand marketing to retail and e-commerce collaborate, and deliver relevant messages across channels. With Google [...]