Google recalled that it has stopped supporting noindex in robots.txt since September 1

Google reminded webmasters that starting September 1, it would stop supporting the noindex directive in robots.txt. The search engine sent a message about this   in July through notifications in the Search Console.  Google Webmasters Tweeted “Just... Read more »

Search engines will oblige to remove pirated links from the search results in 6 hours

Search engines will be required to remove links to pirated content within 6 hours. Such amendments to the legislation were prepared by Russian copyright holders and Internet companies. According to Vedomosti, the document has... Read more »

Bing Webmaster Tools now has the ability to check the site through the Google Search Console

Bing tools for webmasters have been supplemented with the ability to check sites and import them through the Google Search Console. It seems that the two search engines are trying to unite in... Read more »

AMP HTML now supports autocomplete

AMP developers have added autocomplete support to the AMP HTML format. Accelerated mobile pages will now more accurately reflect the behavior of regular HTML pages. The autocomplete function can be used on search and forms... Read more »

Android updated logo for the first time in five years

For the first time since 2014, Google has changed the logo design of its Android operating system. Android robot is still a symbol of the operating system. But now only his head will... Read more »

Amazon caught in anticompetitive behavior

Amazon’s desire to offer the best prices to its customers forces sellers to raise prices for their products at competing venues. According to Bloomberg’s Study, Amazon constantly monitors the prices of competitors... Read more »

Facebook will start paying for Instagram user abuse reports

Facebook has expanded the program to pay rewards for detecting cases of abuse of user data on Instagram. On the social network itself, the Data Abuse Bounty Program was launched in April 2018 – after the scandal... Read more »

Twitter Launches More Flexible Video Ad Bidding

Twitter has allowed advertisers to bid on the first 6 seconds of viewing video ads. When this option is selected, payment is charged when the video is viewed for at least six seconds, and at... Read more »

Over 70% of employers study social networks of applicants

VKontakte for business and ResearchMe conducted a study and found out what role the profile of the applicant in social networks plays in considering his candidacy, which specialists are currently lacking the... Read more »

Google AdSense and AdMob block ads on sites with fraudulent traffic

Google rolled out an update that will prevent advertising costs for invalid traffic. The search engine has launched new machine learning models that will block clicks or ad displays on AdSense and AdMob... Read more »