August 17th, 2018
Check your watch because it’s time for Marketing O’Clock with Greg Finn and Jess Budde! Watch this episode to get your weekly dose of the biggest news from the digital marketing industry this week.
We have some pretty fun and interesting updates from Google, Facebook, Quora and more this week. We start off with Google updates and talk about some features in the new Search Console and more information showing up in the search results for users. We move on to Quora as we discuss the new optimize for conversions rather than clicks and move into our lightning round where we quickly recap even more updates from Facebook and feature our “Must Read Marketing Article Of The Week.” There are a lot of updates this week so make sure you tune in and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay informed, updated and entertained each week. All articles & resources discussed are in the links below, so feel free to check them out!
Must Read Marketing Article Of The Week:
What we’ve got lined up for this week’s main Marketing O’Clock news:
- “New” Search ConsoleFeatures
- Google adds three new features to the new Search Console from the previous version! Manage users, add sites and validate ownership and mobile usability report.
- Check out the tweet from Google Webmasters Twitter.
- Helping you find useful information fast on Search
- Google is making it easier to retrieve more information from your searches by adding an additional panel of information.
- Quora CTA
- You can now optimize for conversions versus clicks on Quora!
- Google launches Cameos, a video Q&A app aimed at celebs and public figures
- You can have Q&A’s with your favorite celebs and public figures with the new App “Cameos.”
Lightning Round Articles that you don’t want to miss!
- 4 Ways to Turn Still Image Ads Into Video Ads
- Introducing New and Returning Professional Targeting Options – Facebook for Developers\
- Introducing a new transparency report for political ads
- New Authorization for Facebook Pages
- Google: Avoid Change URLs Unless You Really Have To
- AP: Google collects location data when ‘Location History’ is turned off