A new way to waste time. If you don’t like Where’s Wally, I would strongly advise you to give this a very, very wide berth!
The DOJ v Google case in the US is surfacing some interesting evidence, which reveals a little of Google’s inner workings. What did we learn this week?
In a recent update, Google has reduced the visibility of two rich results. Here are some details on the new changes and what you may need to do next.
Google has shared some guidance to help increase customer trust in your business. Here’s a rundown of the tips, and why customer trust is crucial.
You may have heard of index bloat posing a concern for SEO. Google has spoken out on the issue.
Google’s Search Generative Experience is bringing new AI features to Search. Here is a rundown of what we know so far.
I tried out the beta version of Google Bard to find out if SEO is likely to be made obsolete, as some in the industry have been predicting.
What does Bard mean for SEO and, more importantly, can I confuse the AI bots by talking about pork scratchings in the same breath?
How do you rank well on Google? A new resource tells us everything you need to know to dominate the SERPs.
R.I.P. link building! Or not? What did Google’s John Mueller actually announce about link building at the recent Brighton SEO conference?
Google releases an update that targets AI content spam. What does it mean and should you *really* obsess over algorithm updates?
Don’t worry, it is not as bad as it sounds. Google announces the rebrand of Data Studio as part of the unification of its business intelligence tools.