In this week’s digital marketing news, Extra! Extra! Read all about it on Facebook News, personal and professional circles cross paths in Facebook Messenger, Google announces the new head of Search, big Snapchat programs come in mini debuts, and it only took a week for Microsoft’s Robots to malfunction.
- [6:23] Facebook News launches to all in US with addition of local news and video
- [8:00] Snapchat debuts Minis, bite-sized third-party apps that live inside chat
- [12:36] Facebook Messenger Can Now Be Used to Answer Customer Messages
- [14:00] Head of Google Ads to run Search. Move concerns SEO veterans about the future of search
- New Google ‘confirmed clicks’ plan could depress publisher revenue
- Have you seen this Facebook “Leads Center” before?
- Is Google Ads Close Variant Matching Moving Further Apart?
- Facebook Relaxes Ban on Ads for Non-Medical Masks
- Allowing the Promotion of Non-Medical Masks on Facebook
- Mobile ad engagement rises 15% during pandemic, study says
- Google Finds Over 25 Billion Spammy Pages Every Day
- Use Google Fonts in Google Data Studio (new Community Visualization)
- Amazon’s new AI technique lets users virtually try on outfits
- Preventing Google’s Featured Snippet Scroll Won’t Lead To Snippet Removal
- Google Will Now Remove Counterfeit Goods From Search
- We have another webinar coming up next week!
- Twitter to launch a revamped verification system with publicly documented guidelines
- Sharing an article can spark conversation, so you may want to read it before you Tweet it.
- Twitter testing tweet reactions, and “React with Fleet”, its version of Stories.
- Instagram Tests New Format for Recommended Content Listings Below the ‘All Caught Up’ Marker
- Facebook Begins Rolling Out New Labels to Signify State-Controlled Media Outlets
- Facebook tests Wikipedia-powered information panels, similar to Google, in its search results
- TikTok viewership rivals YouTube’s among kids, study finds
- LinkedIn is Testing a New ‘Status’ Option to Help Keep Connections Updated on What You’re Up To
- Facebook Looks to Prompt More Comments with New Comment Engagement Stats
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