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E-commerce Moo's, News & Views (Google)

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Google has released two new advert formats specifically for retailers in the run up to the busy holiday shopping season. The two new ad types are Shoppable Image Ads and Video in Showcase Shopping Ads.

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As the dominance of mobile devices continues to rise, mobile SEO has taken on immense importance for any business that’s serious about ecommerce.

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Google has said that it will retire the AdWords name as part of a larger rebranding activity to simplify and streamline its products and services.

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The outdoor chain Mountain Warehouse continues to go from strength to strength as it shares boisterous sales and soaring profits in its latest trading update.

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Hot on the heels of confirming that it would require all advertisers to transition to the new AdWords experience by the end of the year, Google has also rolled out new updates which it says will make ads faster, safer and better for consumers.

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Amazon has shared its Q1 results for 2018 with its advertising services income heralded as a ‘bright spot’. The global marketplace says it made over $2bn from advertising in the three months to March.

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The very first notifications to webmasters telling them their sites have been enabled for mobile first indexing have been issued by Google this week.

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Google has begun its planned trust depreciation of Symantec certificates

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After the damp squib that was Easter weekend, the high street’s retailers have reasons to celebrate following last week’s heat wave.

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Google has started to migrate more sites to its new mobile first index. The sites that are now being transitioned follow mobile best practise already and will receive a notification of that transition via the Search Console.