Google has just modified its policy requirements for advertisers, the company is developing a new video search feature, and GA4 now allows you to copy many of your Universal Analytics audiences into GA4 properties. These are all developments in the world of digital marketing this week.
There haven’t been a lot of big changes in digital marketing this week, but we do have a couple updates and tips to share with you.
It’s important to keep up with marketing trends throughout the year, but being aware of marketing and sales changes leading up to and through the holiday shopping season is even more important! Are you prepared for the end of the year?
This week, we’ve got news for you from Shopify, Google, Meta (of course), and more! No matter what you’re doing in the digital space, you’ll want to check this out.
This week's digital marketing news includes the introduction of an e-commerce function by TikTok, the removal of Google Business Profile reviews from local listings, and an upgrade to Google's review snippet program that makes it simpler to use.
This week is full of social media updates in the digital marketing world. Facebook and Instagram have some new beneficial features, while Twitter’s popularity is in limbo.
This week in digital marketing, Instagram revealed intentions to limit the number of purchase options it offers, while Microsoft unveiled a new platform that allows advertisers to execute their campaigns across Instagram, Facebook, and Google.
Social media use has been continuing to rise. Do you know where to find your audience on social media?
This week in digital marketing, Microsoft launched a new tool that allows advertisers to run their campaigns across Google, Facebook, and Instagram, and Instagram announced plans to restrict the amount of purchase alternatives it gives.
Where does your business stand when it comes to social media? The best place to start is to do some research. You need to understand where your audience is to best target them.
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