30 Oct '17, 11am

Google Mobile Search Tests New Design For Did You Mean

Google Mobile Search Tests New Design For Did You Mean

Paul Shapiro posted on Twitter a screen shot of Google mobile search results showing a new design for the "did you mean" feature. Normally, the did you mean is just another blue link but here it is in the form of a box that explains other variations of the search results you can get if you click on it. Here is the screen shot from Paul: I've personally never seen this look and of course, the query [saw ], can mean multiple things. As the movie knowledge box comes up, I guess Google is trying to give the searcher more options. Personally, I cannot replicate this feature on mobile or desktop Google search, can you?

Full article: https://www.seroundtable.com/did-you-mean-google-mobile-s...

Tweets

Google Won't Change Search Results Based On Goo...

seroundtable.com 30 Oct '17, 12pm

Today, we’ve updated the way we label country services on the mobile web, the Google app for iOS, and desktop Search and M...

Daily Search Forum Recap: October 30, 2017

seroundtable.com 30 Oct '17, 8pm

Google Won't Change Search Results Based On Google Domain Names Anymore Google announced that going to a specific Google c...

Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Search Update, ...

seroundtable.com 27 Oct '17, 1pm

Google might be rolling out a new search ranking algorithm change now, we will keep watching it. Google said the mobile fi...

Google Rolls Out a Fresh Look for Mobile Search...

searchenginejournal.com 03 Nov '17, 6am

Google has introduced a fresh look for mobile search results that more closely resembles the devices they’re being viewed ...

Google is making strides with Google My Business

searchengineland.com 30 Oct '17, 11am

If you wanted to boil down marketers’ fears in the digital economy to one single idea, you might argue it would be loss of...

How Smart Speakers with Screens Are Advancing S...

searchenginejournal.com 30 Oct '17, 12pm

Amazon introduced Echo Show and its seven-inch touchscreen in June to allow Alexa to “show you things” like movie trailers...

Siri, Safari and Google Search: What does it me...

searchengineland.com 01 Nov '17, 3pm

With voice search now accounting for over 20 percent of searches (a number that will likely increase dramatically in the n...

Google Shows Emojis Again For Some Search Results

Google Shows Emojis Again For Some Search Results

seroundtable.com 01 Nov '17, 12pm

Back in 2016 Google enabled you to see emojis in the search results if that was your intent when searching. Previous, they...

Google is breathing new life into #Googleplus b...

searchengineland.com 04 Nov '17, 6pm

share daily specials or current promotions that encourage new and existing customers to take advantage of your offers. pro...

Google rolling out new curved mobile search res...

searchengineland.com 03 Nov '17, 12am

It appears that Google is now rolling out the new curved mobile design that they have been testing for several months now....

Google’s mobile-first index has rolled out for ...

searchengineland.com 28 Oct '17, 2pm

The mobile-first index has started to slowly roll out, at least for a “few sites,” Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Il...

Google Rounded Search Results Design Interface Tests Continues

Google Rounded Search Results Design Interface ...

seroundtable.com 02 Nov '17, 12pm

For the past couple years Google has been testing different user interfaces around rounded corners and edges for the mobil...

Google rolling out new curved mobile search res...

searchengineland.com 03 Nov '17, 4pm

“We’re constantly working to improve your Search experience. That means not only introducing new features for exploration ...

Google's mobile-first index has rolled out for ...

searchengineland.com 26 Oct '17, 1pm

The mobile-first index has started to slowly roll out, at least for a “few sites,” Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Il...