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  • Mobilegeddon!

    / Mobile Commerce

    Mobilegeddon!

    “Mobile friendliness” will factor into Google’s mobile search algorithm starting Tuesday. Google gave an unprecedented two-month warning. “Prepare for the worst,” one mobile expert says.

    Posted 04/16/2015April DahlquistPost a comment

    “Mobile friendliness” will factor into Google’s mobile search algorithm starting Tuesday. Google gave an unprecedented two-month warning. “Prepare for the worst,” one mobile expert says.

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  • New Microsoft deal gives Yahoo more flexibility on advertising

    / Marketing

    New Microsoft deal gives Yahoo more flexibility on advertising

    Yahoo won’t have to use Microsoft to serve all ads on desktop searches, and Microsoft will handle relationships with advertisers for its Bing search service.

    Posted 04/16/2015Bloomberg NewsPost a comment

    Yahoo?won’t have to use Microsoft to serve all ads on desktop searches, and Microsoft will handle relationships with advertisers for its Bing search service.
  • Google Update: mobile friendly to rank higher

    / Mobile Commerce

    Google Update: mobile friendly to rank higher

    Whether or not a website is optimized for smartphone screens now affects Google’s search results when consumers search on a smartphone. So get friendly or get in the back of the line.

    Posted 03/05/2015April DahlquistPost a comment

    Whether or not a website is optimized for smartphone screens now affects Google’s search results when consumers search on a smartphone. So get friendly or get in the back of the line.
  • Got an Android app? Not indexed? Uh oh.

    / Mobile Commerce

    Got an Android app? Not indexed? Uh oh.

    Google makes it official: If retailer A has properly coded its Android app's pages and retailer B has not, retailer A ranks higher than retailer B in search listings. A mobile search guru offers tips on complying and winning.

    Posted 02/27/2015Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Google makes it official: If retailer A has properly coded its Android app's pages and retailer B has not, retailer A ranks higher than retailer B in search listings. A mobile search guru offers tips on complying and winning.
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