More ads on Twitter, a potential rival to Google, Facebook gets spooky, and it all gets a bit heated over some sprinkles – all in this week’s My Five.
Google Ads is shifting toward automation, alleging that it improves campaign performance. But does it?
In this week’s My Five, we decide if we can be ourselves, Twitter asks if you are up for having a barney, and Mark Zuckerberg has a cry (probably).
Should we be alarmed at Gov. powers to use keyword search history as evidence in criminal investigations?
Social media platforms come up with more ways to get our money, Google mixes up the SERPs and the fuel shortage brings out the best in British humour. All in this week’s My Five.
Optimising videos for YouTube shouldn’t be a long and laborious process. Here’s our introduction on how to optimise videos for YouTube search.
Google’s supporting the travel industry, Apple is taking strides to diagnose mental health, Search Console goes dark, and do we need more emojis? All in this week’s My Five.
There are few things that editors and journalists love more than new research, but if your budget won’t stretch, here’s how you can make use of free data.
Toxic Instagram, bonkers judgement by Time Magazine, LinkedIn espionage, biscuit wars and pigs in boots (not blankets) are all on the menu in this week’s My Five.
A business should prepare for a crisis. What role does the website have in mitigating the reputational damage during such an event?
Social media updates and dogs, it’s what My Fives are for! This week Twitter launches Communities, Facebook partners with Ray Ban, and some furry friends meet the bin man.
Third party cookies are in the process of being phased out, so what can marketers do now to plug the gap?