YouTube is now notifying publishers directly when removing monetization from videos that are not considered to be advertiser-friendly.
Behavioral targeting is coming to Snapchat. That means advertisers will soon be able to target users based on their Snapchat activity.
Google has made it possible to add sitelinks to ads at the account level.
Participating in the project will allow publishers to expedite the process of having their content surfaced by Google.
Your mobile page load time will soon impact whether people will see your Facebook ads. To help advertisers speed up, Facebook is introducing prefetching.
Google has now made it possible to search within apps on Android phones.
Pinterest is introducing engagement retargeting to let you target users who have engaged with your pins, and adding a new tag for better retargeting.
Google’s share of the US desktop search market is not just stagnating, it is now on the decline. However, its overall search share is going up.
Google is rolling out a redesign and several brand new features to Google+.
There has been some confusion as to whether or not AdSense Page-level ads will be affected by Google’s upcoming mobile interstitials penalty.
Facebook has removed descriptions from its Trending stories section. The announcement comes months after being criticized for having an anti-conservative bias.
LinkedIn is opening ProFinder, a service that connects companies to freelancers, to everyone in the U.S. Here’s what companies and freelancers need to know.
YouTube wants to get more social with Backstage, which will include new features like photos, polls, links, text posts, exclusive videos, and rich replies.
Google’s forthcoming messaging app, Allo, already has a nearly-perfect rating and it hasn’t officially been released yet.
Embedding the new Message button on your website allows anyone who visits your website to simply tap the button to send you a direct message on Twitter.
Google has rolled out a new feature to its search results which allows users to play games just by searching for them.
Google recently refreshed its AdSense ad limit policy, removing the restriction it once had on the amount of ads publishers can place on one page.
With 85% of indexed pages now being mobile-friendly, Google is removing the ‘mobile-friendly’ label from mobile search results.
Google announced it will begin to devalue pages with intrusive pop-ups (otherwise known as interstitials). This change comes into effect after January 10, 2017.
Users have discovered that searching for “**” (without quotation marks) pulls up a list websites for physically nearby businesses.