Google has now officially launched search results which actually show a total of zero search results. But it does make sense. For particular types of queries, Google has begun showing no search results, and is instead, showing zero search results. …
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Google is officially closing down Google+. Google has planned to shutdown the platform for consumers in August 2019, citing low user engagement.
Bing has officially announced the release of the Bing Accelerated Mobile Pages viewer. This means that people using Bing to search on mobile devices can access AMP-enabled pages directly from the search results – previously only available on Google. While …
Over the past week, Google has been sending notices that mobile-first indexing is enabled for a vast number of websites. So far, this is the largest batch of notices sent out since the mobile-first indexing began to occur. Google has …
Google announced a while ago that Chrome would begin alerting users when visiting a website that was unsecured and still on HTTP rather than HTTPS in July 2018 - and that time has come.
This is to help advertisers and marketers connect with potential customers, and allow businesses to make simpler decisions when it comes to choosing the correct Google products for what they are looking for.
Google has confirmed that they have shortened the search results snippets. This comes just 5 months after it previously increased the length of search results snippets.
Google has introduced a new ad format, named Responsive Search Ads, that allows advertisers to input 3 different headlines which AdWords will then optimise to get the best results.
Google has officially confirmed rumours they it recently updated the search algorithm. Some websites reported an improvement in rankings, while others have seen very little change, and some negative changes.
Google has been pushing for a "secure by default" online world for some time now, and this is one of the more aggressive pushes to ensure more websites are secure.