Month: January 2017

Google: Will work hard on Transparency about future changes to Penguin

Google’s Gary Illyes posted on Twitter that we are now done with all Penguin releases. He said: we’re not planning more numbered releases for penguin He said all this in response to a query. At the time of Penguin 4.0 release, Google told us that they are not going to comment on future refreshes related …

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Bing Ads rolls out scheduling feature for ad extensions

Bing Ads announced the release of a new feature which helps you in scheduling your ad extensions. This feature allows advertisers to “manage when to show certain ad extensions in Bing Ads. This ad extension scheduling feature is rolling out for nearly all extensions globally. This Ad extension scheduling feature is available for the following ad …

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Google AdWords To Not Allow Add/Edit Ads using Standard Text Format after January 31st

Starting 31st January, you will not be able to edit or add your Google AdWords ads using the standard text ad format. You are only allowed to use the extended text ad format. Google said in a post on Google+ that the last day to edit or add your AdWords ads using the standard text …

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Google: Mobile Friendly Icons Confused Searchers at the begining

Google’s John Mueller revealed in a YouTube hangout at exactly 9:20 mark into the video that when we had launched the mobile friendly icon/label in Google mobile search results, it confused searchers initially. At start, they did not click on the results with that mobile friendly icon because they didn’t understand what it meant. It …

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