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Google Confirms New FAQs, Q&A And How-Tos For Search Results Snippets

It has been confirmed by Google that the company has been busy testing for the past several months a new form of search results snippets: the way the search results appear to searchers.  These new search snippets have taken the form of frequently asked questions (FAQs), questions and questions (Q&A) and How-Tos. Akhil Agarwal first notified Search [...]

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Google Tests Location Tab For Hotel Knowledge Panels

Google is now testing a new location tab and section within thee hotel knowledge panel.  The location tab contains information that tells you what is around the hotel, such as sections like highlights, top sights and a getting-around section.  Sergey Alakov captured the test, and was able to share the following screen shots below. An important aspect of [...]

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Google’s Mobile Search Results Now Show Image Thumbnails 45% Of The Time

RankRanger's Mord Oberstein has reported that the Google mobile search results interface has had a dramatic increase of image thumbnails that were displayed in mobile search results. According to the data from RankRanger, there is 183 percent increase on July 13, 208, which is up from 15.7 of mobile page one search results that contain image thumbnails [...]

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Twitter Announces Changes To Improve Users’ Experiences

Even the smallest of changes can end with large impacts.  This is what Twitter is hoping for with a number of small changes to its user experience. They announced this on their blog on June 13: “We’ve been working to change how you discover all the information around news, events, and stories, and today, we’re [...]

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Google Officially Rolls Out ‘More Results’ Search Button On Mobile

The "More results search button has been officially launched by Google for mobile, making it possible for additional search results to load beyond the first set of results displayed. The announcement was made through Twitter from the Google’s @SearchLiason account, which confirmed that the new "More results" button is going to replace the previous "Next" button that would [...]

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Google Tests Rounded Mobile Search Design Without Full Google Logo

Google is reportedly testing a new mobile search interface, according to Android Police.  With this new interface, there is a more rounded design which completely omits the full Google logo at the top of the search results page.  Rather than the full logo, the G icon appears in the rounded search bar, with the menu directly [...]

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