Facebook is introducing three new metrics to help you better understand how your videos are performing so you can continue to grow your audience.
Facebook has rolled out a pair of new tools to help publishers who are using 360 videos: guided tours and heatmap insights. Here’s how they work.
Pinterest advertisers can now buy ads based on how much they want to pay for impressions. In addition to CPM buying, Pinterest will allow frequency capping.
Facebook’s new ranking signal aims to deliver stories to your news feed by predicting which stories you will find the most informative to you personally.
Matt Cutts, Google’s former head of web spam, took to Quora to explain why he left Google to work at the United Stated Digital Service.
Google Now, the virtual assistant that lives inside Android phones and the Google Search app, is about to get more personal with you.
In September Google will release Chrome 53, which will be designed to block Flash.
Facebook has revealed a change that will make ad blocking software less effective and will give users more control over the advertising they see.
Google has rolled out enhanced insights for Google My Business pages which provide greater detail about how you’re being found.
A series of updates were rolled out to Google Maps for Android this week, including a Wi-fi only mode, the option to save to an SD card, and more.
Yelp has filed another grievance, so to speak, against Google over a recent change to search results that affects restaurant review sites.
Facebook live is currently testing mid-roll ads in live newsfeeds. These ads mark the first time Facebook has attempted to monetize their Live feature.
Twitter has opened Conversational Ads to all advertisers and introduced a new ad type that lets people who tweet about brands unlock exclusive content.
Google is encouraging site owners via Search Console to create AMP versions of their content.
If you’re in the business of writing misleading headlines in order to get clicks on crappy content, your days in Facebook’s news feed are numbered.
Unless your business is an Olympics sponsor, make sure to avoid the following when posting updates from your social media account for the next few weeks.
Facebook Pages have a brand new look. The new desktop Facebook page layout design includes a new navigation and a prominent call-to-action button.
Live blogs are about to get even faster thanks to live-updating AMPs, announced this week by the Accelerated Mobile Pages project.
A Google help document has been released, defining exactly what counts as impressions, positions, and clicks in the Search Analytics report of Google Search Console.
Instagram has a new feature called Stories, which lets its 500 million users create slideshows of images and videos that will vanish after 24 hours.