Want to find out more about your potential customers? LinkedIn Campaign Manager is where it’s at if you want to dig into demographics, and analyse this data to find new prospects.
In today’s My Five, Meta tries to do better, an Instagram scam is revealed, and something fishy happens to a well known angling site.
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).
Third party cookies are in the process of being phased out, so what can marketers do now to plug the gap?
In this week’s My Five, Twitter tests the truth, TikTok stars reveal how much moolah they are raking in, and we appreciate some cool cats.
It’s no longer possible to add new Broad Match Modified keywords to Google Ads accounts. So what are our options?
In today’s My Five, Clubhouse opens its doors, Twitter tests a new feature, and the Global Emoji Trend Report reveals which emoji to avoid if you’re after some sexy time.
AdTech platforms and publishers have welcomed the news, as they now have additional time to get to grips with the new technologies being developed to fill the void.
Woohoo! It’s My Five time. BrewDog is back in the news for all the wrong reasons (again), Instagram creators get new features, and European kickball begins.
Throughout the pandemic, many brands recognised the basic human desire to forge and maintain connections – and have been able to capitalise on it as a result.
Google Ads scams, a metalcore band, and Trump launching his own social media platform (sort of). It’s all in this week’s My Five.