Facebook commissioned a study of the psychological impact of social comparison, which can be triggered by content on social media.
New projections reveal that Instagram is set to see the greatest gains from increased time spent with social media.
Snapchat gained 11 million daily active users in the first quarter of 2020, bringing the total count to 229 million.
LinkedIn published a report about how content engagement trends have shifted since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Facebook continues to advance its video chat capabilities by introducing a Houseparty-like feature called Messenger Rooms.
A playbook published by Facebook details the most effective ways to use stories amid the coronavirus outbreak.
This week on Marketing O’Clock, we cover Google’s new organic shopping listings, free ad credits for SMBs, and more.
In an unusual update to search, Google is letting users know when the results they’re seeing are lower-than-average quality.
Google is launching a watchlist in search results to help people track the movies and shows they want to watch.
Facebook is piloting a new feature which will reveal the location of popular pages when they publish posts.
Facebook sources have confirmed that there will no longer be a required migration to Campaign Budget Optimization.
Google’s John Mueller was recently featured in a video about 301 redirects in which an interesting revelation was made.
It will soon be free for merchants to list products in the Google Shopping tab in search results.
Google’s Martin Splitt had to remind SEOs and site owners that Googlebot doesn’t scroll through pages.
Today Google has announced specifics on the COVID-19 SMB ad credit that was originally announced at the end of March.
Google and Facebook must now share data and advertising revenue with local media companies in order to display their content.
YouTube is expanding its analytics capabilities by showing video creators when their audience is most likely to be online.
This week on Marketing O’Clock, we cover Google’s Webmaster Conference talks, synced columns in Google Ads manager accounts, and more.
YouTube publishers are experiencing up to 20% CPM loss due to larger ad issues related to COVID-19.