“Google has decided to remove Google Instant, so they can focus on ways to make Search even faster and more fluid on all devices.” This is the “instant results” that appear as you type on a computer. We are still evaluating this for Philly Search Engine Marketing clients and will be offering a positioning piece […]

Google requires advertising agencies and resellers of their ad services to be completely transparent with their customers.  What that means is, as an advertiser you are entitled to know the exact cost of your ads. It’s the price that Google would sell search, display, retargeting and YouTube video ads direct to the customer. Google’s rules […]

In the coming weeks, Google is introducing click-to-message ads to bring the efficiency and effectiveness of messaging to search ads. By setting up a message extension, you’ll give users an easy way to text you to start a conversation and continue it whenever is most convenient for them. Read the entire article here: Inside AdWords: […]

Starting in the coming days, when you ask Google about symptoms like “headache on one side,” they will show you a list of related conditions (“headache,” “migraine,” “tension headache,” “cluster headache,” “sinusitis,” and “common cold”). Read the entire article here: Inside Search: I’m Feeling Yucky 🙁 Searching for symptoms on Google

A long-running test is now rolling out for desktop queries: Google will no longer show ads to the right of its search results, with two exceptions. Read the entire article here: Confirmed: Google To Stop Showing Ads On Right Side Of Desktop Search Results Worldwide

On Friday, Google announced on Twitter that they have expanded from showing tweets on mobile to also showing them on desktop after about a month of testing them. Read the entire article here: Twitter Results Now On Google Desktop Search Results

Already leagues ahead of Apple’s Siri in natural-language recognition, Google Now’s expanded role in Android M could make it the most valuable feature. Read the entire article here: Google’s ‘Now on Tap’ is Android’s next killer feature — if it works – CNET