It’s been a rough few months for the tech industry. There have been tens of thousands of layoffs, hundreds of billions in value lost on Wall Street and a high-profile scandal at a crypto company that has shaken faith in that young market.
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Year in Search 2022: See the top trending searches of the year
Every year, we look back at the moments, people and trends that sparked our collective curiosity through Year in Search. Around the world, people sought to learn more about everything from complex global issues, to ways to help each other — not to mention the latest pop culture news.
Study: 57% Of Smartphone Users Don’t Click On Google Results
57% of Google users don’t click on webpages when they search from their smartphones, insights from Semrush show.
Google wins defamation battle as Australia’s high court finds tech giant not a publisher
Australia’s highest court has ruled Google is not a publisher of the websites it links to in search results, finding search engine hyperlinks do not amount to publication.
Google Dominates Thanks to an Unrivaled View of the Web
In 2000, just two years after it was founded, Google reached a milestone that would lay the foundation for its dominance over the next 20 years: It became the world’s largest search engine, with an index of more than one billion web pages.
Domain Name Keywords Do Not Increase Search Ranking: John Mueller
Do you need to include keywords in your domain name? The answer is no. That’s according to Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller who addressed the issue in a recent Google Webmasters where Mueller was specifically asked “Does a .jobs domain help rank for ‘jobs’?” Mueller says it’s more important to build up a website with quality content than focus on a domain name with a keyword.