Pinterest is looking to change its female-oriented reputation by expanding its search functionality to include more topics that it thinks will appeal to men.
Articles by Ashley Zeckman
The Super Bowl is quickly approaching and fans are anxiously awaiting, and searching for information about, the biggest game of the year.
Bing Ads has released a new feature that allows users to make bid changes, and see in real time if the changes will increase the performance of their ad.
In order to recapture some of the users it lost to Yahoo after its deal with Mozilla, Google has released instructions on how to switch back to setting its search engine as the default.
Now, Enhanced Sitelinks are available to Bing Ads customers in all markets, worldwide.
All Google Testing released some new code so users could see what Bing and Yahoo would look like with Google's functionality.
In order to improve upon the Knowledge Graph's usability for concert-goers, Google has added four new features/upgrades.
A new study from the IAB shows that search marketers should consider a combination of both app and mobile Web usage in order to reach the most consumers.
In order to support the demand for its platform, LinkedIn has been working to improve the functionality of its search.
Based on consumer feedback, Microsoft has made tweaks to the app and introduced Torque 2.0 for Android phones.
Search As Signal provides real-time insights that have the potential to influence keyword search and paid media choices.
Not one to be left out of the annual roundups of the year in search, Yahoo has joined in the fun and is presenting its "2014 Year in Review."
Upon realizing that the dreaded CAPTCHA box was in desperate need of an upgrade, Google has introduced an API called "No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA."
The search engine has unveiled the top searches for the past year, broken down into several subcategories. Will the results surprise you?
In order to capture as much search share as possible in 2015, SEOs need to be creating engaging, quality content.
The year may not be over yet, but Ask.com is pulling out all the stops and has already released its top searches of 2014, as well as its predictions for 2015.
Black Friday is less than a week away and shoppers are now more prepared than ever, as evidenced by a Google study released today.
The results of a recent BIA/Kelsey study show that for 2015, search marketing and PPC will be a top priority for many small and medium-sized businesses.
Target looks to make Black Friday easier for shoppers with the release of new search features on its mobile app.
Mozilla's Firefox used its 10th anniversary as an opportunity to release new features that its audience asked for.