A new study shows paid search is still the top digital ad channel as far as advertisers’ budgets are concerned.
Instagram is introducing changes to its account disable policy, one of which involves warning users before deleting their account.
Twitter will show profiles of new followers in the notifications tab, letting users easily learn more about who’s following them.
Instagram expanded its test of removing like counts and restricted the test even further by showing no likes at all.
DuckDuckGo is rolling out several updates to its maps search experience while maintaining the same commitment to user privacy.
Sponsored content from social media influencers is getting more expensive, with video content commanding the highest price.
Google is deprecating the AdSense app for iOS and Android in the coming months.
Google’s Danny Sullivan explains how changes to search results are implemented in his latest article on the Google Search blog.
A new study of 45,000 local businesses reveals how customers are finding and interacting with Google My Business listings.
Twitter has finally begun rolling out a redesigned desktop interface which the company has been hyping up for weeks.
Marketers spent $479 million on podcasts ads last year, and are projected to spend over $1 billion by 2021.
YouTube will soon be rolling out more ways for content creators to earn money directly from viewers.
LinkedIn is adding three new ways for marketers to achieve their advertising goals.
Google announced that it will soon be launching a new series of Q&A videos hosted by John Mueller.
Facebook will now provide even more detail when users click on “Why am I seeing this ad?” In an effort...
Google announced it is launching a new look for the ‘News’ tab in desktop search.