A lawsuit by Argentinian model Maria Belen Rodriguez alleges that the search results have ruined her life and damaged her reputation. Google counters that "search engines are neutral platforms that do not create nor control content on the web.”
Today's Google Doodle honors marine biologist Rachel Carson, who was born on this date 107 years ago. Google's special logo depicts Carson in a field with binoculars and a notebook, surrounded by several types of birds and wildlife.
A European court has ruled that if Google wants to continue operating in Europe, the search giant must respect individuals' requests to remove data from the search results. Here are five facts you need to know about the "right to be forgotten."
Kenshoo has released an industry spotlight report on the travel sector that shows 58 percent of leisure travelers and 64 percent of business travelers begin with search, with one out of four tablet users converting by booking air travel on a tablet.
Europe's high court has ruled that people have a "right to be forgotten." This means Google and other search engines will be required to remove negative search results. It will take Google several weeks to figure out how to make this work.
Google holds a staggering 67.6 percent of the U.S. search engine market share (tying their own record, which was set in January of this year), according to the latest search engine market share figures for April, released by comScore.
WordStream released findings of a research study that examined the gender gap that may exist in a business environment where Web marketing clients are serviced by both female and male representatives, and their respective client satisfaction scores.
Fresh off of adding 150 million doctors, lawyers, and professionals, Bing has expanded its Snapshot feature again. Now Bing searchers get quick access to information about medications and certain foods, Bing announced on its Search Blog.
When you arrive on Google's home page, rather than Google's logo or colors, you'll see the Rubik's Cube. Click on it to begin solving it yourself. A ticker in the corner keeps of how many moves you have taken in an attempt to solve the puzzle.
Google has launched a new feature that allows sports fans to see video highlights from the previous night's game when they search for the team name. The video is embedded at the top, above the organic search results.
A Google Doodle today celebrates the 104th birthday of British scientist Dorothy Hodgkin. The special logo features an X-ray crystallography of 3-D biomolecules, the method used by scientists to determine the 3-D structure of biological molecules.
If you employ an SEO or PPC consultant/agency, assess these points to determine whether they're doing their job. If you're looking to hire a new agency or consultant, address each point with them and ask for examples before initiating an engagement.
New and expecting parents do twice as many searches as non-parents. Health is their biggest concern, but believe it or not, college planning is right up there. And they rely heavily on mobile devices for more than you might think.
DuckDuckGo launched a new design in beta that gives an updated look and feel to its search results. With places in carousel format, autosuggest, and other features, DuckDuckGo is seeking user feedback before fully launching the new design.
Google isn't the only game in town and isn't even the best alternative for many specific search tasks and needs. Here's how to escape Google's grip with Bing, Blekko, BuzzSumo, DuckDuckGo, SocialMention, Quantcast, Topsy, Wolfram|Alpha, and more.
A Google Doodle today features legendary actress Audrey Hepburn, who was born on this date 85 years ago. The British actress was best known for classic movies such as "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "My Fair Lady," "Sabrina," and "Roman Holiday."
The original search marketing conference is back! On July 9, Search Engine Strategies will relaunch in Atlanta. The one-day conference will cover all the critical aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search advertising (PPC).
Vic Gundotra, the driving force behind the Google+ platform, has announced he is leaving Google, which has many people pondering the future of Google+. Gundotra, who has been with Google for eight years, is leaving the company effective immediately.
Bing is using search and social signals to display predictions in its search results for how contestants of popular reality TV shows will fare. Bing said more types of predictions will be coming in the future as well.
Bing for Schools search, which incorporates both safe search and an ad-free search environment, has been tested in a pilot project since the start of the school year, with more than 5,000 schools and 4.5 million children.