Google announced about starring images to easily get back to them for a future view.

The feature is currently available only in the US across all browsers on Android and iOS. Log into your browser with your Google account to save the images.

Image 1 Google lets You Star Your Favorite Images For Later View!

These saved images can be organized in collections later.

Image 2 Google lets You Star Your Favorite Images For Later View!

Here we come again with our list of this week's best articles on digital marketing that we found across the Internet. These have been categorized into content marketing, social media, search engine optimization, email marketing and link building. Have a look at them and we are sure you will love going through them.

top ten digital marketing articles Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 27th November, 2015!

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SEO is not a one time job, you never be done with it. Constant evaluation and quality checks need to be run.

This infographic from CaptureCommerce shares all that is needed to know about SEO evaluation.

Google has officially provided details on the changes that have taken place with the new Google+ Local pages.

Mamta B. Said reviews, categories, direction, stars, photo uploads, maps, hours, interior photos, opentable/apps integration. New Google+ is redesigned for simpler and faster use. New features include the ability to create and edit communities on Android, multi-login on iOS, new notifications as well as the ability to share public posts on other networks.

AdWords in a blog post shared insights on Black Friday shopping. They have shared the data on what works and what not for businesses.

They have also shared the data by day, week or month. Google said: “To help you understand where shoppers will be and what to expect, we looked at foot traffic patterns in stores across the U.S. during Black Friday last year. We uncovered some surprising findings that should enable you to better connect with shoppers in and near your stores.”

Here we come again with our list of this week's best articles on digital marketing that we found across the Internet. These have been categorized into content marketing, social media, search engine optimization, email marketing and link building. Have a look at them and we are sure you will love going through them.

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buzzpost Weekly Infographic: A Snapshot of SEO in 2015 and Beyond!

The SEO industry keeps on experiencing rapid changes. Whether you are a newbie or a seasoned professional of this industry, it is important to kick off your learning process or brush up your existing skills, respectively, to succeed in future.

Google yesterday released the updated version of their Search Quality Rating Guidelines. It’s 160 page PDF document which aims to provide transparency on how Google works.

Mimi Underwood from Google said, “In 2013, we published our human rating guidelines to provide transparency on how Google works and to help webmasters understand what Google looks for in web pages. Since that time, a lot has changed: notably, more people have smartphones than ever before and more searches are done on mobile devices today than on computers.”

Google made an official announcement about the red Live Label that was being tested has gone public as live blog schema.

Google worked with The Guardian, Washington Post, The Telegraph and ScribbleLive to test this over last couple months.

Image 1 Google’s Live Label In Carousels For Live Blogs Launched!

In May Google had integrated its product listings ads and YouTube videos which was called TrueView for Shopping. It is out of beta now and available to AdWords advertisers.

Google announced the launch just before the holiday season: “The holiday shopping season is upon us once again, and advertisers are at the ready to make sure it’s their products that fly off the shelves. And this holiday, video will play a bigger role than ever in how those products fly off the shelves.”