For better or worse, Google My Business (GMB) and Knowledge Graph (KG) are transforming mobile local search. It pays to watch the areas of innovation, such as hotels, restaurants and movies as these signal Google’s intentions.
Click-through rates for a business website fall with its position in organic search results. But what is the effect when organic results are pushed further and further off screen by paid ads, Google My Business listings and Knowledge Graph?
Visual search on the web has been around for some time. In 2008, TinEye became the first image search engine to use ... read more
We’ve written an awful lot about Google’s open source accelerated mobile pages project (better know as Google AMP) over that last 12 ... read more
A couple of weeks ago we published an article covering 12 high profile websites that have been hit with a Google penalty. ... read more
It’s search, Jim, but not as we know it. In a search industry where most of the major players are focused on ... read more
We don’t generally think of paid search as a great channel for personalisation, but increasingly, it's becoming one.
Update: Google’s Rudy Galfi, Google’s lead product manager for AMP, has revealed to Greg Sterling from Search Engine Land that the global rollout of ... read more