The new element appears to not have a fixed position but resides below the local pack, sometimes right below. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
The feature is rolling out now and available through a handful of reviews partners. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Whether you use it or not, whether you know it or not, Yik Yak is a social app that’s on the rise. Anyone marketing to younger consumers needs to be aware of Yik Yak – and now the app has added a new photo functionality, enabling users to share images to accompany their yaks – so long as those […]
A Google engineer has issued an apology after an automated Google Photos app labeled a photo of two black people as containing “gorillas.” The issues began when Jacky Alciné found that pictures he had uploaded to the app consistently mislabeled him and his friend. He tweeted the issue at Google and, to their credit, Google’s […]
Before you set out for Hawaii or the Galapagos, check out these tips for getting the most out of the travel pictures you’re sure to post on Instagram.
Facebook has launched yet another app, this time aiming to make photo sharing more personal and create community around the capturing of events. Mentions will enable users to share photos with specific connections, rather than everyone, and will include facial recognition technology to help locate and sort images – but will people use it?
Stock Photos Killed the Social Media Star March 13, 2015 Anybody who’s ever worked in sales or digital marketing jobs will well be aware that the bowels of the internet contain a plethora of stock images. Some of these images are fantastic: cool, fresh and visually arresting photos that catch eyes and win clicks. Some […]
Goodbye, Google+: Social Network Broken Into Streams and Photos Products March 07, 2015 The rumors are true: Google is breaking its Streams and Photos into standalone products, to be managed under Bradley Horowitz, as he announced on Google+ earlier this week.