The digital marketing world is constantly crossing newer milestones with each passing day. It is changing and growing continuously. In order to keep up the pace with the technological advancement of the latest age and enhance your business growth, you must integrate your marketing endeavours with the growing digital marketing trends in 2020. Make your […]

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As we approach the end of 2019, it’s a great time to revisit our digital marketing updates. Let us have a look at it. Social Media Facebook In February, we witnessed the brand completing 15-years of its existence with 2.7 billion users on the platform. In March, users were introduced to a series of ranking updates & algorithm […]

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The campaign optimization score that Google Ads shows for Search and Shopping campaigns is now available for Display campaigns. Scores will be available at the campaign level, and a combined account-level score now encompasses Search, Shopping and Display. You may also see recommendations tailored to Display campaigns. What is Google Ads optimization score? Scores range […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 25th November to 29th November 2019. Twitter to Purge Accounts That Have Been Inactive for 6 Months Twitter is reportedly planning to delete inactive accounts in an effort to free up usernames for other people.“Inactive” refers to accounts that haven’t logged in for the past 6 months – so […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 18th November to 22nd November 2019. Instagram hides like counts Instagram has announced that the platform is now expanding its test to hide likes that are displayed beneath posts. These tests are being run on a global scale. “If you’re in the test, you’ll no longer see the total […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 11th November to 15th November 2019. Chrome May Warn Users of Slow Pages Before They Click Google Chrome announced a plan to introduce badging as a way to encourage publishers to improve site speed. Google proposed a contextual menu on links that will tell users before they click, that […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 28th September to 4th October 2019. LinkedIn Campaign Manager gets new updates To help marketers with a more dynamic reach and adequate insights, LinkedIn Campaign Manager is getting updates such as forecasting panel, boolean targetting, and demographic reporting. Source: Social Samosa Instagram Branded Content is now available for IGTV […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 23rd September to 27th September 2019. Dates In URLs Are Fine John Mueller and the Google webmaster account (probably also John Mueller) said that having the date in your URL is fine. In fact, many publishers do just that because having a unique ID in the URL used to […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 16th September to 20th September 2019. Evolving “nofollow” – new ways to identify the nature of links Google is introducing rel=ugc and rel=sponsored in addition to rel=nofollow and will be treating all three values as “hints” for its indexing system. They’re very unclear as to what the concrete effects […]

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Check out Digital Marketing Weekly News Summary between 8th September to 13th September 2019 Facebook Tests New In-App Shopping Ads for Both Facebook and Instagram Facebook is testing out two new shopping adoptions, both of which are aimed at streamlining the path to purchase, and keeping users in-app, as opposed to filtering them off to other websites. […]

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