Google has loosened its match type definitions and is now sharing less data in its search term reports, plus text ads could be a thing of the past. Read all about it here.
To lick or not to lick (one’s fingers)?, SEO sexism, big moves for the search giants and the patter of tiny gorilla feet. It is MyFive time.
It’s an extra sweet My Five this week with Ben & Jerry’s taking a political stance, the rise of orange chocolate, and Google discuss the importance of heading tags.
Mass panic about Google rankings on Tuesday felt like a return to the days of the Google Dance. What did we learn?
Google rolls out 3D ads, big brands boycott Facebook, and Captain Birds Eye gets a facelift all in this week’s My Five!
It’s an almost coronavirus free My Five this week as we look at the new Google algorithm update, Bud brings back a classic ad, and CashNetUSA ask what kids keep in their pockets?
Has social media become anti social? A raft of negativity towards social media but birthday celebrations for Google Maps and a celebration of the wonders of technology.
As of 4 February 2020, Chrome users will be given more control over third-party cookies, allowing them to opt out more easily. Find out what this means for advertisers.
Burger King is up to their old tricks, Weight Watchers get caught up in war chat, and a look at the tech that is going to change the world.
What do Boris Johnson, Love Island, and rugby all have in common? No, apart from that. Yes, that’s right, they all feature in the 2019 ‘Year in Search’ list.
It’s a filthy My Five this week. Google is playing dirty, M&S is told to clean up its language, and Pornhub launches a campaign to stop plastic waste.
What’s been going on in the world of digital marketing this week? Read Browser Media’s My Five round up and find out.