Last week, Google updated its search algorithm to favor mobile-friendly pages in mobile search results — a move that could affect 40 percent of Fortune 500 websites. If you’re worried about the update, Conductor has built a new Mobile Visibility tool to help. Show More Summary
Google collects a tremendous amount of information. That’s pretty useful — to Google and to us. They improve their selection of what search results to show us based on what we’ve chosen in the past. They also give us similar results that we’ve liked before when we search again. Show More Summary
By 2015, we know not to trust Google. Search results are a patchwork quilt shoddily tailored to include our browsing history, physical location and the things an algorithm tells the machine we may be interested in. Despite this, Google has become a social appendage. Show More Summary
With Google rolling out its latest algorithm change earlier this week, many business owners may be scrambling to make necessary adjustments after seeing themselves take a plunge in mobile search results.
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Microsoft has updated Bing search results for NASCAR topics to give users the lowdown on the teams, drivers, standings, schedule, latest news, and more for both the Sprint Cup and the XFINITY Series. Also, Bing Predicts will give you projections for the top 5 drivers of each race. Through analyzing statistical information on NASCAR, […] […]
On April 21, Google expanded its use of mobile-friendliness as a website ranking signal in search results. Here's a look at how the change may affect you. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
Is your web site mobile friendly? Starting April 21, dubbed “Mobilegeddon”, Google changed the search results and will show mobile friendly sites in search results (while using your mobile phone). You can test your web site here and find out if you passed the test and if you flunked it, there is some advice on what and how to fix it. … Read More
Ahead of today's Yahoo earnings report, Re/Code's Kara Swisher reported that Marissa Mayer is considering using the newly negotiated terms with Microsoft to rebuild Yahoo's search engine. In 2009, Yahoo outsourced search results and search ads to Microsoft. Show More Summary
Starting today, Google will begin to boost the ranking of mobile-friendly websites on mobile search results.
Google has an unexpected doodle for Earth Day. It's an animated doodle that sends you to a search results page for [earth day quiz]. Google tries to answer the question: "which animal are you?". You are asked 5 questions like "What are...Show More Summary
Shortly after changing its algorithm to push mobile-friendly sites higher in search results, Google posted a blog letting users know that there are 199 other criteria in ranking.
Google has rolled out a change to search today that will rank mobile-friendly sites higher when searching on mobile devices. The changes rolling out today are intended to make it easier for mobile search users to land on pages that are much easier to view on smaller screens.
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Mobile-friendly websites will now get a big boost
Mobilegeddon is here. Today is the day that Google begins punishing sites that do not meet its standards of mobile friendliness by pushing them down in mobile search results. How has your web site been effected? And to learn more about mobilegeddon and what to do about it, read this.
Despite the hype about "mobilegeddon," Google's change to its search results algorithm on smartphones isn't that big a deal for most websites and marketers.
Because an increasing number of Google searches happen these days from mobile devices (read: smartphones), Google has decided to reward those who have mobile-friendly websites with higher search rankings. Starting today, Google is expanding...Show More Summary
Google is introducing a new algorithm that affects how mobile search results appear — a significant change that will take anywhere from several days to a week to roll out. Moving forward, when you do a Google search on mobile, search...Show More Summary