All posts by Greg Sterling

Google Lens an impressive start for ‘visual search’

While it makes lots of mistakes, it also gets lots of things right. The post Google Lens an impressive start for ‘visual search’ appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Yahoo parent sues Mozilla for replacing it with Google as Firefox default search

Mozilla countersues and says that poor Yahoo search quality caused Firefox to lose market share. The post Yahoo parent sues Mozilla for replacing it with Google as Firefox default search appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Apple launches ‘set it and forget it’ Search Ads Basic for the App Store

No keywords, no bidding with new simplified search product. The post Apple launches ‘set it and forget it’ Search Ads Basic for the App Store appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Apple launches ‘set it and forget it’ Search Ads Basic for the App Store

No keywords, no bidding with new simplified search product. The post Apple launches ‘set it and forget it’ Search Ads Basic for the App Store appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Apple launches ‘set it and forget it’ Search Ads Basic for the App Store

No keywords, no bidding with new simplified search product. The post Apple launches ‘set it and forget it’ Search Ads Basic for the App Store appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google brings local lead generation to Google Assistant and Google Home

The company taps HomeAdvisor and Porch to provide local contractors through a multistep voice-driven interaction. The post Google brings local lead generation to Google Assistant and Google Home appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google facing $1 billion in potential liability with UK class action

The case stems from bypassing the cookie-blocking settings on the iPhone's Safari browser in 2012. The post Google facing $1 billion in potential liability with UK class action appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google will require AMP and canonical pages to match as of February 1, 2018

Though AMP isn't a ranking signal, non-compliant pages won't appear in Top Stories or other AMP-specific slots in search results. The post Google will require AMP and canonical pages to match as of February 1, 2018 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Report: Smart speaker owners increasingly using them instead of typing or swiping

Survey respondents also showed openness to buying assistant devices from Facebook and other companies that don't currently offer them. The post Report: Smart speaker owners increasingly using them instead of typing or swiping appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google tries to bring more transparency to news content with help from The Trust Project

Google will display indicators to help distinguish between quality journalism and false information in search and elsewhere. The post Google tries to bring more transparency to news content with help from The Trust Project appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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