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  1. Bing Begins Indexing Apps By Content Rather Than Title

    Bing has launched plans for a massive index of apps that are searchable by content rather than name or category and urges app developers to update now to get in on the ground floor.
  2. Mozilla Dabbles in Commercial Advertising with Suggested Tiles

    The company is going to serve relevant ads and recommend content through Suggested Tiles. How will the introduction of ads aligned with Mozilla’s mission of promoting innovation and openness on the Internet?
  3. Five Ways to Glean Important Insights From GWT’s New Search Analytics Report

    A new report from Search Console, formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools, will give marketers a better sense of how users interact with their sites through search engines.
  4. Google Seeks New Doodler

    Earlier this week, the search giant posted a job listing for a Doodler, the graphic design mastermind behind the witty, interactive logos on Google's homepage.
  5. Google Unveils Rebranded Webmaster Tools

    The tech giant introduced Search Console today, a rebranded version of its Webmaster Tools.
  6. Can You Reavow Links You Have Previously Disavowed?

    If you disavow a link on Google and remove it from Penguin algorithm, it is possible to reavow it. However, it may take a long time and come back with a lower page ranking.
  7. Concatenate: The Ultimate Excel Function for Managing PPC Campaigns

    One particular feature on Microsoft Excel can make PPC campaigns more manageable by allowing users to create structured group names, change ad copy in bulk, and build URL tags.
  8. The Rise of Content Performance: The Search and Social Link

    Search, social and content together all have reciprocal relationships. Understanding how each channel influences the others is the key to content marketing success.
  9. Google to Add Buy Buttons in Sponsored Mobile Search Results

    Google is going to hop on the buy button bandwagon, but will the tech giant be able to become an online marketplace like Amazon?
  10. Apple Amping Up Maps to Compete With Google

    Apple has purchased GPS software company Coherent Navigation in an attempt to make its location search comparable to Google Maps.