Ignite Search Weekly Wrap – 16th January 2019
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Helpful Strategies, Tips & Tricks:
Get up close and personal with the functionality offered in Bing Webmaster Tools in this six-part series.
Undertaking a site migration can seem like a daunting task, but it can be relatively painless if you follow the right steps.
Google gave a rare glimpse into how they manage their 7,000 internal websites.
Quality answers in plain language land in Google’s answer box and “People Also Ask.” Here’s how you can improve your website’s chances as a featured snippet.
Here’s why you should audit your site on a regular basis – and how to conduct a comprehensive site audit the right way.
Similar to Google, managing a healthy Bing Ads account comes with endless tasks that need to be completed in a limited time.
Here’s a checklist to make sure you’re as organized as possible to start this year off on the right foot.
If you haven’t set up manual sitelink descriptions in non-brand campaigns, yet, you may not like what you see.
I have found that Google My Business categories are often an overlooked tactic by many people that work in the Local Search space.
Looking for a few powerful tools to improve your social media marketing results? In this article, you’ll discover 10 tools to help with social listening, content creation, and campaign management.
Do you want to create stronger Instagram story content? Looking for tools to help enhance and edit your stories? In this article, you’ll find five Instagram Stories apps for creating an attractive and engaging story.
Key Industry Updates:
Google helps searchers remember what they saw on Google in their past searches and web site visits with a new search feature.
The business model for Google Assistant may be transactions over advertising.
There may have been an update or two in the past week.
A knowledge panel manipulation technique is finally getting the search giant’s serious attention.
The top legal advisor for the European Court of Justice has recommended that delisting under RTBF not extend outside the EU.
Google’s John Mueller confirmed this morning in a webmaster hangout at the 1:09 mark into the video that Google does plan to close down, discontinue, not port, every single feature from the old Search Console to the new Search Console.
Google is now consolidating the notifications they send around sites being switched into Google’s mobile first indexing process.
A new icon has made its way to google.com on mobile. It sits on the top right, next to the app list and notification bell. Tapping it simply launches the Assistant on your phone.
In November, Google began supporting the option to specify when the business opens in the future. But some are using this to hurt competitors, competitors that have been open for years and years already.
Sites that don’t adhere to the Better Ads Standards could see ads blocked.
Advertisers can opt-into automated bidding and tailor bids for the search ads by page placement.
Instagram says the new feature was designed to provide a better experience for people who often post to multiple accounts.