SearchCap: Google AdWords addiction ads, Bing on links & Google Home mini

by Barry Schwartz
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Report: Google to debut ‘Home Mini’ smart speaker for $49 on October 4Sep 19, 2017 by Greg Sterling The device is Google’s answer to the low-cost Amazon Echo Dot. SMX East early bird rates expire Saturday.Read the full article

Why attend the Search Marketing Expo (SMX)?

SMX — Search Marketing Expo is the world’s largest search marketing conference series, with multiple events in the USA and Europe. Visit the Search Marketing Expo site to learn more: http://smxpo.com/1QikJWe Pick your favorite event and attend! http://www.smxadvanced.com http://www.smxeast.com http://www.smxwest.com If you are interested in marketing technology, check out our martech conference series: http://www.martechconf.com For daily digital marketing content, check out our editorial sites: http://www.searchengineland.com http://www.marketingland.com http://www.martechtoday.com


Fetch As Googlebot (How To Use it And Common Issues)

Learn more about fetch as Googlebot now. In this video, John Lincoln gives an overview of the fetch as Googlebot tool. https://ignitevisibility.com/new-fetch-as-googlebot-option-in-search-console-upcoming/ http://searchengineland.com/how-to-use-fetch-as-googlebot-like-seo-samurai-214292 https://ignitevisibility.com/fetch-as-googlebot-tool-updated/ Fetch as Googlebot is a tool which allows you to see how Google fetches and renders your website. The fetch as Googlebot tool also allows you to submit your website to Google directly. You can submit up to 500 pages a month with fetch as Googlebot. In this video, John Lincoln from Ignite Visibility covers everything you need to know about fetch as Googlebot. Many SEO companies use fetch as Googlebot for their clients. You can learn more about Ignite Visibility here: https://ignitevisibility.com/services/seo/ If you would like to learn more about fetch as Googlebot, check out the links to the articles above.