In this swoon-worthy edition of The Bullseye Buzz, we rave news from Google, Pinterest and Amazon
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Instagram is cracking down on bullying, Facebook is cracking down on health scams, and local businesses go digital in this week’s Bullseye Buzz.
Fake listings on Google Maps wreak havoc for local businesses and shoppers alike. In other, better news, LinkedIn’s new lead gen options and Instagram Explore ads have arrived.
By Jonathan Schwartz, CEOBullseye Strategy How do people find a good lawyer these days? While personal referrals are still common – and often the strongest leads – law firms would be remiss to rely solely on the “I know a guy” tactic to drive business. Considering that the average adult spends 6.3 hours per day… Read more »
Major fireworks in digital marketing this week, including a new Instagram Stories feature, good news about Amazon display and Google carousels on mobile.
In this week’s Bullseye Buzz, we discuss the Mary Meeker report, Pinterest’s new ads and targeting on Spotify podcasts.
Q & A with recent MBA graduate Kyle Braeske, who is Bullseye Strategy’s paid media coordinator
Staff picks for this week’s Bullseye Buzz. Top stories from our June birthdays are about Instagram influencers and TV advertising.
A Google algorithm change, Amazon’s big programmatic play and Facebook takes on Bitmoji in this week’s Bullseye Buzz
This week’s Bullseye Buzz discusses a new Burger King delivery app, YouTube’s Bumper Machine and Google Ads’ bug plague.