Google’s June 2021 Core Update has rolled out, as of June 12, bringing the latest changes to Google’s search algorithm.
Google has officially launched Search Console Insights for all users.
Google is rolling out the latest updated to its search engine algorithm, and webmasters the world over are anxiously waiting.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has filed a lawsuit trying to have Google declared a public utility.
Microsoft is facing accusations of censorship as users the world over are unable to bring up pictures of the Tiananmen “tank man.”
Microsoft has moved its Bing Content Submission API into beta, after two years of private beta.
Google is facing another privacy-related lawsuit, this time for allegedly doing something the company promised it would never do: sell user data.
Google is now accepting bug reports regarding indexing issues, making it easier for webmasters to address problems.
Alphabet released its latest results, reporting a strong quarter on rebounding ad revenue for Google.
The Daily Mail has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, claiming the search giant wields too much advertising power and newspapers see little in return.