Googlebot begins crawling with HTTP/2 Protocol, LinkedIn confesses to ad metrics blunder, and Facebook tests adding movement to still images for engagement.
With the holiday season rapidly approaching in the middle of a pandemic, Google and Facebook make online shopping changes for consumers and retailers.
Facebook ends their 28-day ad attribution, Google confirms they're experiencing indexing issues, and the effect website layout changes on search results
Digital marketing platforms like Google, Facebook, and Pinterest continue to adjust to focus on the needs of small, medium-sized, and local businesses.
This week's Bullseye Buzz has info on Facebook limiting how many Ads a page can have, a patent for Instagram caption links, & new Instagram navigation tabs.
This week in the Bullseye Buzz: Google adds more rich results for at-home activities; meanwhile, Apple is getting ready to stand up to Facebook & Google.
In this week's issue of The Bullseye Buzz, we have the latest marketing tips and updates from Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Read the full stories now!
In this issue of the Bullseye Buzz: Google Travel was updated, Facebook gives users control over what Pages posts they see, & Vimeo and Pinterest team-up.
In the Bullseye Buzz we have the 411 on if negative reviews affect Google search results, Facebook wants you to use hashtags, & Google dynamic audio ads.
By Mark Eting Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent It’s been an excessively active week in digital marketing, friends. So rather than the usual salutations reserved for our Bullseye Buzz opening pitch, let’s dispense with the frivolities and dive right in. Brands Backing Out of Facebook Over #StopHateForProfit It’s been a rough few days for Zuck and ...