Twitter has released a new, free resource to help guide marketers’ social media strategies in 2019.
A study of US consumers reveals how they’re using voice assistants, and what types of products they’re buying.
A new study reveals that 91% of brands have moved at least a part of their digital marketing operations in-house.
Bing Ads is introducing page feeds which will make it easier for advertisers to manage Dynamic Search Ads campaigns.
YouTube announced it is strengthening enforcement of its community guidelines to protect users from people who abuse the platform.
DuckDuckGo is now utilizing Apple Maps to power map and address-related searches.
Facebook has launched an original podcast series which shares lessons learned while building new businesses in the age of connectivity.
Google and Automattic/WordPress are giving news organizations the opportunity to apply for early access to Newspack.
Google is partnering with Automattic/WordPress to develop a low-cost system specifically designed for publishing local news.
Google’s John Mueller clarified that content may be still moved to mobile-first indexing despite not passing the mobile usability test.
Google’s John Mueller reminds site owners that the most technically well-optimized site won’t always have high rankings without great content.
Google’s John Mueller cautions site owners that a change to image URLs will affect how they rank in Google Images.
Although Google supports emojis in search results, it may choose to filter them out in certain circumstances.
YouTube is removing the ability to automatically share videos on Twitter after they’ve been published.
A study on why people use social networks finds Snapchat makes people happy – Facebook and Twitter not so much.
Google Chrome is expanding ad blocking worldwide on July 9, which will affect sites that repeatedly show disruptive ads.