Are you looking for a recap of all the digital marketing news of the week? Well, you’re in luck! Our marketers, Greg Finn and Cole Soldwisch are here to give you the updates of the week! From Bing and Google to Facebook news – we have you covered! Leave some comments on your experiences with any of the new updates and if you like or dislike them! Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more helpful and informative videos. All articles & resources discussed are in the links below, so feel free to check them out!
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What we’ve got lined up for this weeks Marketing O’Clock:
- Video is everywhere – helping brands find their audience in the era of convergence
- YouTube announces a new device type that is focused on TV screens with a corresponding AdWords segment!
- Microsoft launches new audience network, ‘Audience Ads’ at Bing Partner Summit
- Bing advertisers can now reach new segments via audience ads with some new extensions too!
- Google Featured Snippets Expand By Category/Topic
- We’ve spotted the “multifaceted Google featured snippet” in the wild and it looks pretty cool.
- Twitter Password Bug
- Twitter passwords accidentally released in plain text and Twitter scrambles to update and protect users.
- Version 12.3 of AdWords Editor
- The new AdWords Editor just landed and it comes with a ton of new features to utilize – from search terms report to account level extensions.
- Facebooks New Privacy Feature
- There is a new privacy control on Facebook so users can “clear history” like you would in a web browser.
- Google My Business Agency Dashboard & Upgrade to API Coming
- All new updates are coming from messaging API, improved Search API’s and more!
- Facebook launches commerce ‘Analytics’ app
- Helps Business keep track of more than just likes, comments, and shares. Now track your apps, websites and more.
- First batch of Google mobile-first indexing notifications goes out today
- SEOs and Webmasters will now be receiving notifications when their site is “enabled” for mobile-first indexing.