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Genius Media Group is suing Google and LyricFind[1] for potentially hundreds of millions in damages, plus injunctive relief, in New York state court. The central claim is that Google misappropriated song lyrics Genius had posted to its website, either directly or through Google’s licensing partner LyricFind. ‘We caught them red-handed.’ Genius contends this has been happening since roughly 2016, though the claim of copying and misappropriation originally surfaced[2] in June. Genius asserts that it caught Google via...

Google has officially shut down its phone support[1] for Google My Business, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get quality support. I wrote an article back in 2015 about phone support, and I still get questions about that post all the time, so I figured it was time for a follow-up about the current support options. Phone support is gone (but not really) On Nov. 11, Google officially shuttered Google My Business phone support and removed the numbers...

Search is not static – people don’t consume media in silos – and those consumers demand answers and content in an instant. Customers want information how they want it, wherever they are, in formats that delight — and they want it immediately. This is especially true during the holiday season where SEO powers insights on consumer intent, behavior and trends across all digital channels. If the analysts are right, the 2019 holiday shopping season will be one of...

About The Author Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. When he is not writing or speaking at a conference, he’s most probably running … More about Vitaly Friedman …[1] Front-end accessibility is still somewhat mysterious these days. How do we build accessible buttons and dropdowns? What about keyboard-friendly tooltips, tabs and notifications? Or inclusive accordions, sliders, data tables and modals? Let’s figure it out together. Meet Inclusive Components[2], our new handbook for...

About The Author Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. When he is not writing or speaking at a conference, he’s most probably running … More about Vitaly Friedman …[1] Today, we broadcasted a live session on privacy UX, highlighting privacy UX patterns and strategies to consider when designing and building privacy-aware websites and apps. Cookie consent prompts, push notifications, app install prompts, video autoplays and annoying pop-ups. Every time we enter a new...

This month’s collection of design trends is a gift to behold. Each of the trends are highly usable options that are versatile, giving you plenty of room to play and make them your own. That’s the best kind of trend, right? Here’s what’s trending in design this month.   Whimsical Illustrations It seems like whimsical illustrations are practically everywhere. Fun drawings that can be anything from line-style illustrations to full-color pieces of art are popping up in all kinds of...

NEW YORK — Creating content can do wonders for your brand, but not if it goes unseen. A staggering 90% of the content in existence today has been created within the last two years, yet 91% of content gets no traffic from Google, said John Shehata, vice president of audience development strategy for Conde Nast, at SMX East[1] in New York. Investing in new content isn’t always the right choice for better content marketing. Sometimes, brands are...

About The Author Drew is a director at edgeofmyseat.com, co-founder of Notist and lead developer for small content management system Perch. Prior to this, he was a Web Developer … More about Drew McLellan …[1][2][3] In this episode of the Smashing Podcast, we’re talking about Inclusive Components. What does it mean to be inclusive, or a component? And what has that got to do with accessibility? Drew McLellan talks to Smashing author Heydon Pickering to find out. In...

One of the great things about paid search is the fact that you can track everything. If someone visits your store after seeing your billboard or TV spot, there’s no real way to trace that.  However, if someone sees your paid search ad and visits your website, you know how they got to your site. You know which ad they saw, what copy they responded to and even what search term triggered your ad. There’s so much data...

About The Author Ryan M. Kay is a self-taught mobile Java, Kotlin, and Android developer with a passion for applied software architecture, test driven development, and writing … More about Ryan Kay …[1] Arguably the worst way to teach the fundamentals of programming, is to describe what something is, without mention of how or when to use it. In this article, Ryan M. Kay discusses three core concepts in OOP in the least ambiguous terms so that you...

Keyword research is a critical part of any SEO strategy. If you get it right, then you’ll bring high volumes of relevant traffic to your site. In this article, we are going to look at what keywords are, and why you need to research them. Keywords are essentially the bridge between a website and a search engine. They are what helps a search engine identify what your site is about, and how relevant it is when a...

Yesterday, you (or the kids) may have been in for a surprise if you searched Google for the term [Christmas]. Hide the kids. Here is a look at some of the NSFW Shopping ads that were showing for the query as of last evening. Cleaned up. Google has since demonetized the page, removing all ads from showing for the exact match query [christmas]. Now the knowledge card that shows the date Christmas occurs this year and the knowledge...

I sat down with Andrea Cruz Lopez from KoMarketing in their Boston office to discuss all the good things around Google Ads. But if you know me, I like to talk about more of the “bad things” – so we kicked things off talking about the change where Google Ads expanded more match types[1] back in August. Andrea shared tips and advice on how to stay on top of these changes, how to communicate these changes to...

As the hours tick down to Thanksgiving weekend and the official start of the holiday shopping season, here are a few last-minute items to help ensure you’re set up for success and can handily manage your paid search campaigns right through the season — even if you’re B2B or aren’t expecting a holiday bump. Double-check these paid search tactics Holiday promotion extensions. You can still add holiday occasion-based promotion extensions to your Google Ads campaigns. These can be...

About The Author Drew is a director at edgeofmyseat.com, co-founder of Notist and lead developer for small content management system Perch. Prior to this, he was a Web Developer … More about Drew McLellan …[1][2][3] Many sites have hosted media and content that can be shared elsewhere by the use of some HTML embed code. What happens if you just have the URL of the item and need to find an embeddable version of the media without human...

Google recently announced that publishers can now create Google Actions from web content using schema markup. For brands, Google Actions can be a great way to get more mileage out of your SEO strategy and offer another opportunity to reach searchers organically. Optimizing for newer SEO features like Google Actions and rich results are becoming increasingly critical when it comes to pleasing the algorithm. While the option isn’t available for every content type, this new capability is a...

While ecommerce businesses are in the midst of the Q4 craziness and rising CPCs of the holiday season, B2B clients are planning for their business to pick up at the start of 2020. In this post, I’ll walk through a few things to consider and refresh before Q1 gets here. 1. Study the competitive landscape One of the most valuable sources of knowledge from Google campaigns is the ‘Auction Insights’ report, which provides info on when competitors have come...

It’s not a secret that Google Maps has solidified its place as the dominant entry point for local search. In fact, a new consumer survey[1] from Brandify found that 77% of respondents use Google Maps to find “near me” business information well ahead of other sites. Survey consistent with traffic data. That finding is backed up by data from GatherUp, ThriveHive[2], and others that show Google Maps is driving most of their customers’ local traffic. Interestingly, the...

Google Ads engineers have been working to fix conversion reporting[1] since a bug caused conversions to be overreported for in the AdWords API, Google Ads API beta and Google Ads scripts. Status update. As of Sunday, conversion reporting has been fixed except in the Search Query Performance, Geo Performance, Keywordless Query, and Keywordless Category reports, Google said[2]. What was the problem? A bug on November 20 at roughly 9:00 PM EST caused conversion reporting problems between November 11,...

About The Author Ronald is an engineer located in Argentina, where he’s been working at MediaMonks as a frontend lead for the past years. Apart from crafting shiny user … More about Ronald …[1] Many developers get to a point in their careers in which they’ve achieved many of their goals and wonder about the future. Although some are confident continuing down the same road, others might feel the urge to explore different options in which their skills...

Unified User Experience has been a hot topic for years but it’s still hard to find a creative team that really gets it. No, it’s not the quest to understand the origins of the universe, nor a higher calling to be “one with everything”, but it does have the potential to change the way you think about design forever. Unless you’ve been hiding under a tinfoil hat for the last few years, you probably know that UX...

Yext[1], the Search Experience Cloud company, released new research about American consumer search behavior during the past year. The data, drawn from a sample of more than 400,000 business locations in the United States, revealed new insights about when consumers are searching for and clicking most on businesses across retail, healthcare, financial services, and food, throughout the year. Among the key findings: Consumers are only getting more active in search: Consumer actions in business listings — driving directions...

Black Friday is going to be here in a matter of days, and you just got the go-ahead to use some additional budget to build awareness with YouTube ads. The problem is you don’t have enough time to get new holiday creative in time. Not ideal, but it’s not the end of the world. If you’re stuck with limited creative or you have to use the same videos you ran last year, I’m going to show...

If your operating assumption about local search is that Google lookups on smartphones dominate traffic, you wouldn’t be alone. But now comes a new consumer survey[1] (n=500 U.S. adults) from Ignite Visibility that presents a number findings that appear to upend the conventional wisdom about local search. Some surprising findings. Some of these seemingly contrarian include: 59% of those surveyed still prefer to search for local information on a desktop (“type into a computer”). White Pages was the app...

Every week users submit a lot of interesting stuff on our sister site Webdesigner News, highlighting great content from around the web that can be of interest to web designers.  The best way to keep track of all the great stories and news being posted is simply to check out the Webdesigner News[1] site, however, in case you missed some here’s a quick and useful compilation of the most popular designer news that we curated from the past...