Google has announced the launch of a new domain registration service. Called Google Domains, it is being launched as an invite-only beta for both new domain registrations and domain transfers. Domain registration is only $12 per year.
Remarketing is red hot. A jam-packed session at ClickZ Live New York 2014 showed attendees how, if done right, remarketing reduces online clutter, ups the relevancy quotient for users, and improves advertiser ROI. Here's a recap.
Google has agreed to pay a settlement of $17 million to 38 U.S. states in order to end a probe into claims that it deliberately bypassed user privacy settings in Apple’s Safari browser. Google also agreed to never deploy similar tracking code again.
When the Leap Motion Controller debuted, response was lukewarm at best. But there's little doubt that once the functionality is there, the developer community will explode with ideas and many of these will be search-centric in nature.
According to Bing, in blind testing, users prefer Bing over Google. But a new survey has ignited a huge debate by questioning the validity of the Bing It On Challenge results based on how the challenge was conducted.
Secure search is here, taking away valuable analytics data on keywords. But there are some workarounds you can use in order to capture that data. Here are some ways you can look at replacing organic search data now that Google isn't providing it.
Remarketing Lists for Search Ads opens up a lot of potential strategies for AdWords advertisers. Here are some of the most common strategies evolving for different types of advertisers to give you an idea of what could work for each one.
Testing a new website may seem overwhelming, but there are things every team member can do to assist in the pre-launch process. If you can rally your team around these 25 tests, no one person needs to bear the full weight of a site launch.
Google appears unmoved by the threat of a potential fine of £500,000 from the Information Commissioner's Office after it was told that it needs to update its privacy policies. The data watchdog says Google’s policies aren't in line with UK law.
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been named in a massive surveillance operation which includes monitoring activity on multiple U.S. carriers and service providers. Companies deny giving the government direct access to their servers.