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Viber acquires Chatter Commerce, the startup behind its shopping keyboard

 Messaging app Viber earlier this year made its first foray into shopping services with Instant Shopping, a feature that lets you search for items for sale via a keyboard when you have the messaging app open. Today, the company is announcing some more e-commerce related news: it’s buying the startup that helped build that feature. Viber […]

"SEO Is Always Changing"… Or Is It?: Debunking the Myth and Getting Back to Basics

Posted by bridget.randolph Recently I made the shift to freelancing full-time, and it’s led me to participate in a few online communities for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small business owners. I’ve noticed a trend in the way many of them talk about SEO; specifically, the blocks they face in attempting to “do SEO” for their businesses. […]

Google Search Console average impression data change is not a bug, it is a reporting change

It’s not a bug, it is a new feature, says Google, referring to the change in some of the metrics reporting in the Search Analytics tool. The post Google Search Console average impression data change is not a bug, it is a reporting change appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land […]

Great Designers Steal: Where Indochino, Wistia, Webistry and Unbounce Source PPC Display Ad Inspiration

If you create display ads for your job, you’re already well aware of how hard it is to get prospects to click. Unlike search ads, display ads aren’t typically served up to an audience who is actively on the hunt for something specific, so there’s even more pressure to stand out. Think about it: when was […]

Gary Nix, social video, and the state of machine learning — VB Engage

In this week’s episode, Travis and Stewart discover just how much the field of machine learning, AI, and cognitive computing has grown over the past few years. And naturally, there’s a new AI-powered marketing technology to reveal this week too, as well as a conversation about LinkedIn and its video strategy. We then talk to […]

Merkle: Google paid search spend up 23% in Q2, thanks to non-brand text & shopping ads

Google, Bing Ads and Amazon are all seeing growth in shopping ads. The post Merkle: Google paid search spend up 23% in Q2, thanks to non-brand text & shopping ads appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Search Engine Land: News & Info About SEO, PPC, SEM, […]

Facebook considers supporting publishers’ subscription models

(Reuters) — Facebook is in early talks with several news publishers about how its social media site can better support subscription business models, the company’s head of news partnerships, Campbell Brown, said in a statement on Wednesday. The statement comes a day after TheStreet reported that Facebook plans to launch a subscription-based news product, citing […]

SearchCap: Right to be forgotten, Google Analytics questions & Search Console changes

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Right to be forgotten, Google Analytics questions & Search Console changes appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Search Engine Land: News & Info […]

11 Examples of Great Customer Testimonial Pages

As we all know, it’s easy for marketers to brag about how great their product or service is. Writing compelling copy, shooting enticing photos, or even producing glamorous videos are all tactics we use to draw attention to our brands. While all of these strategies can be successful, there really is no better way to […]

A huge new survey shows that teens are bullied most on Instagram and Facebook

 According to British anti-bullying organization Ditch The Label’s new annual survey, Instagram is the network of choice for cyberbullies in 2017 with Facebook close behind. This year’s survey collected results from 10,020 people between the ages of 12 and 20, making for a respectably robust data set that sheds some light into the damaging phenomenon […]