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Google Allows Store-Exclusive “Nearby” Product Listing Ads On Desktop

The ability to advertise locally-available products on Google via local product listing ads on mobile and desktop devices has been available since last fall. However, only on mobile devices could retailers promote items that were just available in-store. 38 more words


Google Blog Search Now Within Google News Search

Google has quietly disabled the Google Blog Search home page at http://ift.tt/1qikIqH and redirects it to the Google home page. Now, if you want to filter content based on blog posts, you can do so by going to Google News, clicking on the Search Tools and selecting the “All news” drop… 32 more words


Search In Pics: Google Coffee Lab, Android Ice Bucket Challenge & Public Urination Fines Via YouTube

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. 42 more words


Google Retires Its Web Search API

Google announced it has retired its Web Search API this morning, recommending developers use the Custom Search API in its place. Google noted the Customer Search API has a free quota of 100 queries per day. 46 more words


A guide to the path of Google Adwords Certification

Ooh! You are looking for a guide ? all the SEO professional knows about Google adwords certification program and if you don’t know let me tell you its a free certification provided by Google after clearing Adwords tests. 326 more words


Facebook Tests Searching By Keyword In Mobile Apps

Eventually Facebook will bring Graph Search to mobile devices. At least Mark Zuckerberg says so. In January, he said it would be coming “pretty soon”. Facebook is staying quiet about any timetable, but now and then tests leak into public. 42 more words

Live @ SMX East: Breathing New Life Into A Tired Paid Search Campaign

If you’ve been doing paid search for a while, you’ve undoubtedly run into a situation where you’re working on a campaign that’s been moderately successful, but has essentially been on autopilot and isn’t taking advantage of any new features that could enhance its… 31 more words