We're all tired of junk websites cluttering up our search results, but Google is actually doing something about it.
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Posted by billslawski An article that came out at the beginning of 2015 was intended to (quietly) let people know about what Google had been doing to offer a new form of search results called Table Search. The article was titled Applying...Show More Summary
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Google Play’s app results are about to get a little more mixed. Google is about to start the testing phase of a new feature that could allow app developers to pay to have their apps placed in search results. The Play store has enjoyed...Show More Summary
In an attempt to make it harder for people to find pirated copies of its movies, NBC Universal has tried to remove several TorrentFreak articles from Google's search results. Apparently, talking about piracy is already enough for websites to be hit by takedown requests. Show More Summary
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Technology websites are reporting Google is set to change the Android app store experience by sponsoring certain developers to show up over others.
The tech giant will surface mobile-friendly information and content from indexed apps more prominently in its search results.
Google believes you'd want to see more mobile-friendly websites when you do searches on a phone or tablet. That's why on April 21st, it'll start giving online destinations with mobile versions higher placements on the results page, assuming you're al...
Google dropped a major announcement today stating that, as of April 21st, the search giant will be extending the use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal throughout mobile search results. This change will affect worldwide mobile search results in all languages, and Google says it will have a “significant” impact. Show More Summary
Google announced this morning that its bringing a familiar feature from Web search over the Google Play Store: paid search results for mobile apps. Mobile app developers will now have the ability to pay to promote their app on the Google Play store and have it prominently featured when people are searching for apps within that category. Show More Summary
Google today announced two notable changes that will affect the rankings of search results for users accessing Google search on mobile devices. It will now take into consideration a site’s mobile-friendliness as one of its ranking signals,...Show More Summary
Mobile-friendly sites will do better in search results next month
In short, Google is pulling apps, mobile, and the web closer together.
Google plans to pilot sponsored search results in Google Play in the next few weeks, offering a new way for app developers to promote themselves. Under the program, sponsored results will include an orange "ad" tag, like you see with paid search results online. Show More Summary
Google has announced a new sponsored results feature the company will be piloting in the next few weeks, which will enable developers to pay for sponsored spots on the Google Play Store.