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Google’s SERP Redesign: The Experts Weigh In

Google’s SERP Redesign: The Experts Weigh In

Google shook up the SERP on Monday; our experts shed some light on what this means for SEO. [...more]

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Video Embeds Now Appearing in Google Search Results

Video Embeds Now Appearing in Google Search Results

What's Google's latest SERP innovation? Video embeds in the search results! David Carrillo weighs in on the implications. [...more]

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Google Allows Advertisers to Pay by Viewable Impression

Google Allows Advertisers to Pay by Viewable Impression

Michelle and Rick detail the recent news on Viewable Impressions. Now, advertisers can elect to pay for display ads when they are viewed, rather than when they are served. [...more]

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In-Depth Articles Offer High-Authority Results, but Lack Relevance

In-Depth Articles Offer High-Authority Results, but Lack Relevance

Michelle argues that in-depth articles currently lack relevance and thereby provide little SEO value to brands and marketers. [...more]

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Google to Start Indexing Content within Android Apps

Google to Start Indexing Content within Android Apps

The Search Agency's experts weigh in on Google's recent announcement to index content within Android apps. [...more]

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Google Updates Ad Ranking System

Google Updates Ad Ranking System

The Search Agency's paid search team explains Google's recent update to their Ad Ranking system and provides insight about what the change means for advertisers. [...more]

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Google Introduces In-Depth Articles

Google Introduces In-Depth Articles

Michelle details Google's newest addition to the SERP, In-Depth Articles, and SEO expert David Waterman offers his expertise about what this new element might mean for publishers. [...more]

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Google Sports a New Look: The Integration of the March Madness Answer Card

Google Sports a New Look: The Integration of the March Madness Answer Card

March Madness is getting even more mad with the help of Google's new March Madness Answer Card. Christina explains how this addition affects organic listings, SEOs and, of course, sports fans. [...more]

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Gain Visibility in Search Without Big Money

Gain Visibility in Search Without Big Money

Jessica explains that you don't really need to be spending all that cash to be found online anymore. You just need a more refined strategy. [...more]

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Interview with David Carrillo- February 2012

Interview with David Carrillo- February 2012

David sat down with The Search Agents to discuss the benefits of local SEO marketing with Google Places, Google's new 'search, plus your world' service, and how personalized search is changing search user experiences. [...more]

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Google Removes Paid Ads from Right Rail on Some Desktop Searches

Google Removes Paid Ads from Right Rail on Some Desktop Searches

Google recently made a significant change to the layout of some desktop search results pages. Find out the impact for paid search advertisers and what you can do to either take advantage or minimize the damage to your account. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- November 3, 2011

The Week We Searched For- November 3, 2011

Very important week in online marketing, as Google announces significant changes to its search algorithm, revamps its AdWords location targeting services and introduces new paid ad placements. [...more]

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Like, Is Something Missing from Google Social Search?

Like, Is Something Missing from Google Social Search?

Google announced an expansion of its current social search result services, which will more predominately feature relevant social activity in Google’s organic listings. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- February 18, 2011

The Week We Searched For- February 18, 2011

Google announced a new social search service this week, which incorporate relevant social media activities into SERP. [...more]

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Google to Reformat Paid Ad Descriptions

Google to Reformat Paid Ad Descriptions

Google is set to modify the presentation of paid ads in the top three positions. [...more]

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Local Advertising gets a Google Boost

Local Advertising gets a Google Boost

Google announced on Monday a new addition to its local business advertising platform called Google Boost. The new service enables local business owners to easily create search advertisements directly from their Google Places account. [...more]

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Google Update:  Sharing and Trending Hits Page One

Google Update: Sharing and Trending Hits Page One

Google has rolled out some new features to its search results page including streamlined social networking content and search volume data from Google Trends. [...more]

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Is your brand being fleeced?

Is your brand being fleeced?

"Related to" ads, "something different" queries, "also try" links....Could Google be damaging your brand equity with its new search features? [...more]

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AdWords Update:  “Related to” Ads and “Also Try” Links

AdWords Update: “Related to” Ads and “Also Try” Links

Google provides an official update to their "related to" advertisements and launches another new feature -- related queries under the sponsored links. [...more]

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The New Google Results Page – A Better User Experience?

The New Google Results Page – A Better User Experience?

If you used Google at all today then you probably noticed that something looked slightly different. If you have a keen eye like me, then you already know the look and feel of our search results have changed – rather dramatically. [...more]

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