Google, Facebook an Microsoft all posted their Q1 results this week, reflecting a somewhat universal experience: growth halted by COVID-19.
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Google’s John Mueller recently stated that a sitelinks search box is rarely shown for sites in search results.
TikTok has green lit their first advertising API connection with Sprinklr as a partner.
Google’s John Mueller shared some intentionally bad SEO advice in a lighthearted response to a satirical Reddit thread.
YouTube is expanding its fact check information panels to search results pages in the United States.
Snapchat is now offering to let for advertisers to be the first ad a user sees that day in their first Snap show session.
Microsoft Ads has added cookie-based audience specifications to their Experiment feature.
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.