As eCommerce continues its trajectory in 2021, both Google and Pinterest are addressing changes that help brands, products, and marketers to sell products.
YouTube tests eCommerce functionality, Instagram tests adding back like-counts, and Google Search Console Coverage Report is now more in-depth than ever.
Facebook launches webinars to update digital marketers about Apple's privacy changes, Instagram makes changes for desktop users, & Twitter hears the future.
Google rings in 2021 with several beneficial changes for digital marketers, including question hubs, short-form video, & augmented reality for shopping ads.
Social media gets a bad rap but continues to innovate to connect people, brands, and customers. Here are three new changes for marketers to be aware of.
The focus is on eCommerce: Google adds messaging to maps & search while simultaneously rolling out a new core update. And TikTok toys with 3-minute videos.
Instagram tests tappable FAQs for customers, Snapchat's new TikTok clone means all social media sites are the same, and Google offers details on GoogleBot.
Googlebot begins crawling with HTTP/2 Protocol, LinkedIn confesses to ad metrics blunder, and Facebook tests adding movement to still images for engagement.
Google's 2020 holiday shopping search trends, a deep dive on Google Passage indexing for E-com, and Instagram testing publicly visible reactions on Stories.
Instagram hides all hashtags through the election, Microsoft launches free Clarity analytics tool, & the changing demographics of budget-conscious shoppers.