Bing has enhanced its video search experience by appending larger thumbnail images and the additional information for each video result and the moving “related searches” inline with the original search.

The new layout will provide an easier and faster video search experience, according to Bing.

Now, Bing’s video search results include channel, the upload date and view count details for each video, in addition to increasing the thumbnail image size.

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 articles5 Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 19th June, 2015!

Content Marketing

5 Best Practices to Ensure Your Content Gets Noticed

infographic21 Weekly Infographic: Beginner’s Guide to Google Remarketing!

Created with the purpose to boost conversions, Google Remarketing provides you with a splendid opportunity to bring your customers back to the website by reminding them of your existence. So isn’t it better to know about the nitty-gritties of Google Remarketing and bring more customers to your site.

Mobile Marketing Certification Digital Vidya Launches Mobile Marketing Certification Course With Vskills!

Delhi, June 19, 2015: Digital Vidya, India’s largest and one of Asia’s leading Digital Marketing training firms announces its much awaited Certified Mobile Marketing Master (CMMM) course. This program is launched in association with Vskills, a Govt. of India enterprise. Targeted at Sales & Marketing professionals, Entrepreneurs & Business Owners and Students, this training program will help them acquire Mobile Marketing skills to achieve personal and organizational growth.

Acknowledged by Google’s John Mueller in Webmaster Hangout today, an update to Google’s search algorithm is being rolled out. Despite the ongoing speculations, Mueller has confirmed that this update is not Panda-related.

Few believe that Wikipedia’s recent move to HTTPS might have something to do with today’s changes.

Putting into context the extent to which Wikipedia dominates the SERPs, a site-wide change could certainly lead to the changes being observed to the Google’s search results.

Google has today introduced the most significant update to come to Google Trends in the past three years. Now the Google Trends will offer real-time data on what people are searching for at this moment.

google trends update 1 Google Trends To Now Provide Minute By Minute Data On Trending Searches!

On the basis of the feedback gathered from the researchers, journalists and everyday trend-trackers, Google has administered changes to provide everyone a faster, deeper and more comprehensive at what’s going on in Google Search.

Search has become easier on Pinterest now! The social media site has more streamlined search suggestions to find the pins and users the searcher is looking for.

When one starts typing in Pinterest’s search box, the system will populate the box with most closely related suggestions. Top pinners will be indicated with a checkmark. This resembles popular social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. This is quite different from the time when search results would be stuffed with filter settings for pins, users, and boards.

None of us like waiting. Faster is always better. However, a big drawback is the network connections that are often slow and getting information on your phone becomes a frustrating and tough task.

Bing Ads has released a new data depicting the weekly trending of Yahoo search and click volume that is served through the Bing Ads. The data goes back to the beginning of May when the newly renegotiated search deal took effect between Microsoft and Yahoo.

Bing has announced that they will begin encrypting their searches over TLS. So instead of, the referrals will now come from

The change will take place this Summer and with the change, Bing will no longer pass the query data to the webmasters. The (not provided) saga will be expanded from Google to Bing, where the marketeers won’t be able to learn in detail as to how the searchers are finding their sites through the top two leading search engines.