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AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries

As the gap in connection speeds between developed and developing nations continues to widen, columnist Alexis Sanders argues that brands can use Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to address this gap.

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AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries

SearchCap: Apple search ads, Google’s newest search features & latest carousel test

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

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SearchCap: Apple search ads, Google’s newest search features & latest carousel test

Google’s latest search updates brings more content to Featured Snippets & Knowledge Panel info

“Search is not just about answering your questions — it’s also about discovery,” writes Google product manager Michael Galvez.

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Google’s latest search updates brings more content to Featured Snippets & Knowledge Panel info

Google wraps Hanukkah, Festivus, Christmas & Kwanzaa searches in festive holiday decor

Hanukkah decorations include a Menorah, Christmas searches display a gingerbread house and candy canes, and Kwanzaa searches get a Kinara.

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Google wraps Hanukkah, Festivus, Christmas & Kwanzaa searches in festive holiday decor