Archive for July, 2018

Our August Talks at Google roundup: the ultimate spectator sport

Editor’s Note: Talks at Google is our regular series that brings interesting speakers and brilliant minds from all industries and backgrounds to Google campuses. Each month, we select a few favorite talks from that month, or about a particular topic. While the

Read More

Fairness matters: Promoting pride and respect with AI

We think everyone should be able to express themselves online, so we want to make conversations more inclusive. That’s why we created tools like Perspective, an API that uses machine learning to detect abuse and harassment online. Perspective scores comments

Read More

Merkle: Search ad spending growth slowed again across Google, Bing & Yahoo in Q2 2018

Search ad spending growth decelerated across the engines in Q2 2018, digital agency Merkle reported in its Q2 2018 Digital Marketing Report. After two strong quarters, the slower growth for Bing and Yahoo in Q2 came from lower CPCs for

Read More

SearchCap: Google adds dataset schema, Bing maps update, HTTP status code guide & more

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Get more information about this news here: Read More

Read More

Making it easier to discover data in Search

In a polarized world, facts and data can provide valuable context for the debates swirling around us. And there has never been more data out there, with record numbers of data journalists working to make sense of it all. In

Read More

Google search adds dataset schema support to search results

Google has announced support for datasets markup schema in the Google search results. This makes it possible for searchers to better visualize data represented on a web page directly in Google’s search results. Google explained that “news organizations that publish

Read More

Why Content Marketing Works for Me and Not You

It’s funny, when I meet people who are leveraging content marketing, they always tell me one of two things… Either they can’t figure out how to generate traffic (no matter how many blog posts they publish)… OR They’ve figured out

Read More

Using behavioral design to reduce bounce rate

It comes as no surprise that humans have terribly short attention spans. In fact, a study by Microsoft put a number on it: 8 seconds – less than the attention span of a goldfish. The implications for online marketing are

Read More

Start your day on a high note with musical alarms on the Google Clock app

Starting today, you’ll be able to wake up to your favorite music on Spotify with the Google Clock app. Swap out the classic alarm sounds for your favorite pump-up song, a calming soundtrack or a mood-boosting melody. To get started

Read More

Google adds deep breathing exercises to search results

Google has quietly added a deep breathing exercise and meditation technique to the search results. All you need to do is search for [deep breathing], [breathing exercise] and similar terms in Google search on desktop or mobile. This works in

Read More