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Google sandbox, indoor rowboat & umbrellas

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Google YouTube sandbox: Source: Instagram Google notepad and brownie: Source: Instagram Google rowboat with ducks inside: Source: Instagram Google indoor umbrellas: Source: Instagram About The Author Source link – View on Search Engine Land

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Tweet Google an emoji & it will reply with local search results

Google’s Twitter handle is now fluent in emoji – whenever someone tweets an emoji to @Google, they will get a reply that includes a quick quip, GIF, and a link to local search results corresponding to the emoji. According to a report on Mashable, Google’s Twitter handle will respond to more than 200 different emojis, including a few Easter eggs. Google announced the feature via its Twitter feed yesterday: We speak emoji. Let’s talk. 🙌 #KnowNearby pic.twitter.com/HjIMs3KPKe […]

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Get answers to your marketing automation questions

Got questions about marketing automation? Marketing Land’s B2B Marketing Automation Platforms: A Marketer’s Guide has you covered. The 49-page report reviews the latest trends, opportunities and challenges facing the market for marketing automation tools. Included in the report are profiles of 13 leading vendors, pricing charts, capabilities comparisons and recommended steps for evaluating and purchasing. Visit Digital Marketing Depot to download your copy. About The Author Digital Marketing Depot is a resource center for digital marketing strategies […]

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Want to speak at SMX West? Here’s how

The agenda for our upcoming SMX West 2017 show is live, and we’ve opened up our “speaking pitch” form for select sessions for the show, taking place March 21–23, 2017, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. To increase the odds of being selected, be sure to read the agenda. Understand what the sessions are about. Ensure that your pitch is on target to the show’s audience and the session. Please also be very specific about what […]

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5 reasons advertisers should NOT ignore Bing Ads

Gone are the days when Bing took years to catch up to the new and innovative applications Google had launched within AdWords. In recent months, Bing Ads has been able to quickly implement comparable tools and features — indeed, they even have some unique features that AdWords does not offer. Unfortunately, Bing is still often seen as the secondary choice when launching a paid search campaign. Marketers underestimate the true value of this ad platform and its […]

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doubling down on duplicate content

Search engines are getting smarter. There is little doubt about that. However, in a CMS-driven web where content can often exist on several URLs, it is not always clear what is the authoritative URL for a given piece of content. Also, having content on several URLs can lead to problems with link and ranking signals being split across several variations of a piece of content. It is hard enough standing out in the often hypercompetitive search landscape, […]

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New features may be coming to AdWords Responsive Ads

It seems Google may be getting ready to test some new features for responsive ads in AdWords. Spotted by Jonah Pessin at HeBS Digital, Google is requiring two image sizes in some accounts. In addition to the landscape (1.91:1), Google also asks for a square (1:1) image. Screen shot provided by Jonah Pessin, HeBS digital The requirement is only active in some accounts, though Pessin was told by an AdWords representative that Google will be introducing new features for […]

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How Google is tackling fake news, and why it should not do it alone

Fact-checking and preventing fake news from appearing in search results will remain a big priority for search engines in 2017. Following the US election and Brexit, increased focus is being placed on how social networks and search engines can avoid showing “fake news” to users. However, this is a battle that search engines cannot — and more fundamentally, should not — fight alone. With search engines providing a key way people consume information, it is obviously problematic if […]

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SEO without SERPs is here with Google Assistant, Home and Amazon Echo. Here’s how to survive.

On the first full day that we had a Google Home in our house, we interacted with it 473 times over the course of the day. Four hundred of those were my two-year-old asking it to play “Cherry Bomb” by The Runaways, followed by his mother or me interrupting with, “Hey Google! Stop!” (Look, I love that song, too, but enough is enough, you know?) The point is, watching the way that my family interacts with the […]

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Bing local search update highlights business holiday hours in local listings

Prior to the Thanksgiving holiday, Bing announced it was helping business owners display the correct hours of operation via their local search listing on Bing. From the Bing Search Blog: “Bing local is collaborating with business owners and trusted partners to get accurate holiday hours in real time. When you search for local businesses, you’ll receive up-to-date changes for holiday hours.” Bing included the following image to highlight how holiday hours will be displayed for local listings: […]

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