Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
From Search Engine Land:
- Right To Be Forgotten: Google Tells Europe It Won’t Scrub Global Index
European privacy regulators continue to push for an extension of The Right to Be Forgotten (RTBF) to the entire Google index, globally. However Google for the time being has taken the position that it will not remove RTBF results from Google.com. That was reiterated this week by David Drummond, the company’s Chief Legal Officer. He’s […]
- Bing Ads Rolls Out Enhanced Sitelinks Globally, Adds Sitelink Device Preference
Additional copy below each Sitelink extension is available in most markets and languages supported by Bing Ads.
- The Secret To AdWords Success, Told By A Former Googler
Want the inside scoop on how columnist and former Googler Frederick Vallaeys manages his AdWords campaigns? Check out his Checklist for AdWords Success!
- Google Ventures-Backed RetailMeNot Climbs Out Of Its Google Penalty
What changes did RetailMeNot make to recover from the Google Panda algorithm? It is unclear but their rankings did bounce back.
- Yahoo Sees Big 1.6 Percent Monthly Search Share Gain At Google’s Expense In New comScore Data
Measurement firm comScore just released its December search market share report for the US. Last week the firm mistakenly posted the data early and quickly depublished the page. In the earlier release comScore showed Google losing 0.5 percent points vs. November 2014. Beneficiaries of that loss were …read more