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SearchCap: GoogleBot Locale Support, Bing Maps For Stadiums & Local Paid Search

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Making Customer Support Part Of Your SEO Program

There’s been a lot of discussion around breaking down silos within marketing departments, and columnist Casie Gillette notes the benefits of breaking down inter-departmental barriers as well.

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Making Customer Support Part Of Your SEO Program – Search Engine Land


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Making Customer Support Part Of Your SEO Program
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Your support team can be a key factor in both your overall marketing program and your SEO program in particular. Keeping an open line of communication between the two departments can result in better content, links, and more customers. Here's how: …

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Google Updates Its Structured Data Testing Tool, Documentation & Syntax Support

Google has unleashed a new and improved Structured Data Testing tool, updated their documentation and guidelines, while adding more markup support.

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Google Updates Their Structured Data Testing Tool, Documentation & Syntax Support

Google has unleashed a new and improved Structured Data Testing tool, updated their documentation and guidelines, while adding more markup support.

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Bing Adds New Crawlers To Support Non-Responsive Mobile Designs

Bing announced a new set of mobile crawlers with Bingbot Mobile User Agents to better support and recognize mobile websites that are not responsively designed. Lee Xiong from the Bing Crawl team explained Google has designed these new crawlers to “probe websites with a number of new crawlers…



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Jo Se Ho, Park Min Woo, and Seo Kang Jun show their support for Park Joon … – allkpop


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Jo Se Ho, Park Min Woo, and Seo Kang Jun show their support for Park Joon
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Jo Se Ho shared on his Instagram on the 25th, "Yo~~~Our Jjoon hyung's g.o.d concert!!~~The best!!~," along with a cute selca of them showing their love for g.o.d with their sky-blue headbands. They also met up with Yoon Kye Sang and Danny Ahn backstage …

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Google Spits In Verizon’s Eye, Asserts Support For Wireless Net Neutrality

Four years ago, Google dismayed open-Internet supporters when it joined with Verizon to argue that net-neutrality rules—that is, regulations that keep cable and telecom companies from speeding or impeding Internet traffic based on who sends it—shouldn’t apply to wireless networks.

The FCC later adopted that policy in its own net-neutrality regulations, which a federal court struck down earlier this year for unrelated legal reasons. Yet Google appears to have had second thoughts on the matter.

See also: Net Neutrality—Your Cheat Sheet To The FCC’s Proposal

This week, Google emailed subscribers to its “Take Action” newsletter, encouraging them to “support a free and open Internet.” And that has a new and specific meaning, according to Google’s latest post on its Take Action website (emphasis added):

That means no Internet access provider should block or degrade Internet traffic, nor should they sell ‘fast lanes’ that prioritize particular Internet services over others. These rules should apply regardless of whether you’re accessing the Internet using a cable connection, a wireless service, or any other technology.

That’s a big change from Google’s 2010 blog post about its Verizon partnership (emphasis added):

Sixth, we both recognize that wireless broadband is different from the traditional wireline world, in part because the mobile marketplace is more competitive and changing rapidly. In recognition of the still-nascent nature of the wireless broadband marketplace, under this proposal we would not now apply most of the wireline principles to wireless, except for the transparency requirement. In addition, the Government Accountability Office would be required to report to Congress annually on developments in the wireless broadband marketplace, and whether or not current policies are working to protect consumers.

Google’s campaign comes at a particularly timely moment while the FCC is debating a new net-neutrality proposal. As outlined by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler in May, that proposal would also exempt wireless carriers from most net-neutrality rules, although the commission declared its willingness to consider extending broader regulation to wireless as well.

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Marin Software Adds Support for Russia’s Largest Search Engine

Advertisers can now analyze, report on, and automate paid search campaign bidding for Yandex through Marin Software’s advertising platform.

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Google AdWords Conversion Values Add Multiple Currency Support

AdWords will now convert the payment currency for online retailers promoting products from an AdWords account that is billed in one currency and accepts payments in other currencies.

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