A few days back, Google announced it is expanding support for rich results within Q&A pages on the web. Google’s aims to use the Q&A feature to offer customers with additional information about a particular organisation or brand.
Google has rolled out a couple of interesting updates to its search page. If you have recently accessed the search engine results page you must have seen that the search bar doesn’t disappear even when you have scrolled from the top of the page to the next fold.
Google has brought down the incentives substantially for retailers who benefited from deploying untrue and fake websites on price comparison for eCommerce products. This means that Google will incentivise advertisers to create price comparison sites that would be displayed on the search engine’s Shopping Box.
Marketers knew it as ‘Google Now’ in its earliest avatar; then it was re-christened to ‘Google Feed’. Now, the third wave of change has come across the platform and is known as ‘Google Discover’. Here’s a look at how the ads being displayed on this platform have undergone substantial changes to give it a fresh look.
Google has come up with brand new advertisement formats for advertisers as well as retail store owners. Termed as ‘Shoppable Image Ads’ and ‘Shopping Showcase Ads’, these two formats are tailor-made for brand advertisers. They can simply leverage ‘Google Image Search’ or ‘Google Search’ and gain access to an extensive customer pool.
Digital marketing experts have seen a flurry of new reports being ported from the legacy version of Google Search Console to the new beta Search console that has completed development and is seeing a limited trial run for now. They now have three more reports added last week. Let’s take a look at what these reports do and how it helps marketers gain useful insights.