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Google is fiddling about with mobile search results, using 'AMP'. Not sinister, bit annoying though

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You might have noticed ‘amp’ appearing in mobile search engine results on Google. This began in Oct 2015 and makes mobile pages load much faster (effectively loaded from Google’s cached copy), but the page looks like it’s from Google, quite a few users who’ve noticed it have found it puzzling and it’s a bit fiddly to share the ‘real’ address. 813 more words

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SEO and SEM: Trends and implications for Marketing Managers

There are more than 3.6 Billion Internet users as of the moment that this blog is being written (https://www.gwava.com/blog/internet-data-created-daily) and more than 7.8 billion Google searches every day ( 450 more words

Location without Context can be Coincidence

When talking about Mobile Search, Google says that 30% of searches are location-related.

In addition, some literature has been written about the importance of real-time geolocation to converse with potential customers, impacting them in the very moment when they hit geo-fences around local stores. 198 more words

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Why "Local" can be your best e-commerce strategy ?

There is an old saying that goes, “…to be found, you need to put yourself first on the map…”, implying that if you were not in the map you did not exist. 100 more words

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Search Engine Land With a FAQ on Google's New Mobile-First Index

Search Engine Land has a FAQ about the new mobile-first Google index. “Since the announcement, we have been tracking what Googlers have been saying about the change based on the industry’s questions. 28 more words

Google

2016 Mobile Search Trends Research

Mobile devices now account for a majority—or near majority—of online searches for almost every major industry. That’s according to an analysis which examined hundreds of millions of online search queries measured by Hitwise across multiple devices, including 3.5 million smartphones and tablets. 202 more words

Warren Raisch

Google Will Create Separate Indexes for Mobile and Desktop

Do you, like me, do most of your Google-searching on a desktop? Looks like Google is putting us in economy class. “Google is going to create a separate mobile index within months, one that will be the main or ‘primary’ index that the search engine uses to respond to queries. 18 more words

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