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GSC recorded only 2 impressions out of 84, and absolutely 0 clicks. Standard rank tracking methods performed far better at predicting the actual number of clicks than the rank as presented in Google Search Console.
The court said that any requests for content removal from search results needed to be assessed individually and that the public interest in the information had to be weighed against the potential harm to the individual.
You have probably seen sports score results in SERPs when you search for a team while a game is happening. Google has now added a new feature of a link to “Watch Live.” These are live in the search results, but only displays while the game is on and takes you to the sport’s official site when you can purchase the pass to view the game online.
Google is testing out the card style format on their Product Listing Ads on desktops. Google is testing the card style PLAs at both the position at the top of the search results and the ones that appear in the right hand sidebar.
YouTube today is turning on live video recording directly from its mobile app for creators who have at least 10,000 subscribers. And on top of this it’s taking Super Chat — a service where viewers can pay to bump up their comments in the stream — out of beta.
Snapchat added a feature to its mobile app for people to turn links into “Snapcodes” that can be used to open web pages within Snapchat’s in-app browser. For now, the feature is only available to iPhone users.
According to a new report, more than half of all internet traffic now comes from bots — software applications designed to do everything from posting Pro-Trump messages on Twitter to crawling the web to deliver better search results.
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