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Four Mobile Dos and Don'ts for SMBs

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As Google and Bing change their algorithms to favor mobile-friendly sites, it's crucial for small and medium businesses to become more diligent about mobile-optimizing their sites. As Google and Bing change their algorithms to favor mobile-friendly sites, it's crucial for small and medium businesses to become more diligent about mobile-optimizing their sites. 0 Comments

Bing's App-Linking Tags Advance SEO

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Following in Google's footsteps, Bing plans to introduce app-linking tags in the near future, which will lead to an increased app discovery. Following in Google's footsteps, Bing plans to introduce app-linking tags in the near future, which will lead to an increased app discovery. 0 Comments

Google Buy Button – Is it Right for You?

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Said to gear up competition with Amazon, Google's Buy button is reportedly a few weeks from its launch. Will it be a beneficial addition to your shopping campaigns? Said to gear up competition with Amazon, Google's Buy button is reportedly a few weeks from its launch. Will it be a beneficial addition to your shopping campaigns? 0 Comments

Google Upgrades AdWords Editor to Support Labels

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Reacting to user feedback, Google has upgraded its AdWords Editor to fully support lables, upgraded URLs, targeted in-app mobile ads, and call only ads. Reacting to user feedback, Google has upgraded its AdWords Editor to fully support lables, upgraded URLs, targeted in-app mobile ads, and call only ads. 0 Comments

Microsoft's New Enhancements Could Put the "Edge" Back Into Voice Search

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At its Build conference, Microsoft unveiled its new browser, Edge, as a follow-up to the recently defunct Internet Explorer. The new browser boasts faster speeds and better features, which could enhance the search experience for users. At its Build conference, Microsoft unveiled its new browser, Edge, as a follow-up to the recently defunct Internet Explorer. The new browser boasts faster speeds and better features, which could enhance the search experience for users. 0 Comments

Google Adds 70 More Now Cards

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Nearly three months after Google introduced Now cards, which serve as more detailed reminders for 40 apps, the search giant has expanded the feature to include 70 more third-party apps. Nearly three months after Google introduced Now cards, which serve as more detailed reminders for 40 apps, the search giant has expanded the feature to include 70 more third-party apps. 0 Comments

The Mobile Search Survival Guide

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With Google’s recent mobile algorithm update, businesses of all sizes are clamoring to remain relevant in Google mobile search. The Mobile Search Survival Guide will not only help you survive the mobilepocalypse, but dominate it. With Google’s recent mobile algorithm update, businesses of all sizes are clamoring to remain relevant in Google mobile search. The Mobile Search Survival Guide will not only help you survive the mobilepocalypse, but dominate it. 0 Comments

Beacons to Revolutionize Search in 2020

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Columnist Dan Cristo makes a prediction that 2020 will be "The Year of the Beacon" and with that, will come a revolutionary new way for consumers to use search. I’m going to make a prediction that 2020 will be "The Year of the Beacon" and with that, will come a revolutionary new way for consumers to use search. 0 Comments

What SEOs Want From a Web Grader

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Most free Web grader tools that are available today were developed in the years before Penguin, Panda and "Mobilegeddon" — they don’t give SEOs the insight they so desperately need. Most free web grader tools available were developed in the years before Penguin, Panda and "Mobilegeddon" — they don’t give SEOs the insight they need. 0 Comments

Facebook "Hello" Brings Local Search to Calls

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Facebook is testing an app called "Hello" that will allow users to see names and images of incoming callers on mobile regardless of whether or not they are saved as contacts. Facebook is testing an app called "Hello" that will allow users to see names and images of incoming callers on mobile regardless of whether or not they are saved as contacts. 0 Comments

Are You Guilty of Committing These Mobile-Friendly Mistakes?

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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. Many business owners may be scrambling to make necessary adjustments after seeing themselves take a plunge in mobile search results. 0 Comments

Google "Mobilegeddon" Has Officially Arrived

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Nearly two months after its announcement, Google has changed its algorithm to favor mobile-friendly sites. Brands like Ryanair and American Apparel are already suffering in the search rankings. Nearly two months after its announcement, Google has changed its algorithm to favor mobile-friendly sites. 0 Comments

Google to Make Mobile URLs More User-Friendly

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Google has updated its mobile URL display algorithms to better display the names of websites and support Schema.org structured data on mobile devices. Google has updated its mobile URL display algorithms to better display the names of websites and support Schema.org structured data on mobile devices. 0 Comments

Yelp Adds Restaurant Reservations as New Search Option

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Yelp Now, which launched today, allows users to find restaurant reservations on the platform by searching for dates, times, party sizes, and types of cuisine. Yelp Now, which launched today, allows users to find restaurant reservations on the platform by searching for dates, times, party sizes, and types of cuisine. 0 Comments