Google: Web Search

  • The trouble with truth

    …Do search engines and other content distribution platforms have a responsibility to present information that is true? Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller discusses the issues surrounding this question. The post The trouble with truth appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article…

    Janet Driscoll Miller/ Search Engine Land- 57 readers -
  • US Presidential election data: searcher intent vs. demographic polling

    … room in Paris, France, or find information about a certain socialite in the US. Even though Google puts together fancy tools for special events like elections, the simple fact is that anyone can leverage the same data for any query by using Google Trends — something to think about if you’re looking for predictive, intent-based data without a million…

    Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 7 readers -
  • Google adds what’s on TV soon to search results

    … Google has added a new section to the knowledge panel for what is “on TV soon.” If you search for your favorite television shows, Google may show you the next airing of that show, what network it is on and what time it is playing. In addition, it will list the exact episode that will be playing and share the knowledge graph around that episode…

    Barry Schwartz/ Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 6 readers -
  • 5 steps to optimizing your site for Google’s mobile-first index

    … of a mobile-first index about a year ago, but November 4 was the first time Google has posted details about the mobile-first index on their own blog. So if you have been slow in joining the mobile revolution, now is the time to take action. As mobile continues to dominate search, Google and the other search engines are going to place more and more emphasis…

    Search Engine Landin SEO Google- 17 readers -
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