Well. Links are no longer the Big Thing in Google ranking - allegedly; Reddit flexes its new-found muscles over users ad choices; Google Optimize shutters as Google trashes yet another service; on the flip side Google is mentioned as "adjusting" bid prices for Google Ads; and Apple turns down little-known Bing in favour of $19 billion from Google as a defensive measure against Chrome.
In advance of the upcoming shopping season, this seems to be the week of bizarre stats, from GenZ & TikTok to more than half of people preferring online and bricks shopping. There are also some important updates for PMax campaigns, Chrome and user privacy, some unhelpful commentary from Google on unhelpful content. Dive in to get fully up to speed with these!
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Not a great deal happened this week aside from some interesting / silly / astute opinions being posted, while Google & Meta both took action against spammers and scammers in their own different ways. This way for more information on CRM, Time on Site, Google Ads, Meta and how to actually do useful Keyword Research…
What an exciting AI filled week it’s been. Just like many other weeks recently. Some brands are now blocking GPTBot (until offered cash, no doubt), Lyft is slapping ads into its app, Meta is being useful, Google is actually stopping UA processing (sniff), and there’s been another Google Core Update to pontificate over. Interested? Dive in for more.
In this week's digital news roundup, we delve into Google Ads' new AI Assistant, Twitter's recent changes, and Google's stance on AI-generated content. We also explore YouTube's latest strategies against AdBlockers and its new linking features. Lastly, we touch upon some valuable insights from MozCon on Local SEO. Curious to know more about these developments and how they can impact your digital marketing strategy? Let's dive in and dissect what these updates could mean for your business. :)
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This week turned into a bit of an AI-Google fest, blathering on about the challenges of controlling AI access to your hard-crafted content, vs Google wanting full access. There are also changes to FAQ & How To's on the SERP, presumably due to spam, some sage advice re content pruning, and a good guide to AI-driven PMax Google Ads campaigns. Read it and educate yourself ;-)
Another week, almost another plethora of AI-generated articles talking about AI. Luckily, I saved you from that with some news about TikTok shopping, the coming GA4 anapocalypse, and some funy-dunky ski goggles from Apple. Oh, and a couple of articles about AI, admittedly. You can't have everything. Read it now and... Like, Share and Follow :-)
This week's Digital Update is almost fully AI (literally). If we didn't have AI, what would we have to talk about? Literally, something to do with actual digital marketing, but there we go. Like the web in the late 90s, AI is this generation's paradigmatic shift. Read on, good info, enjoy. Like share and follow please :-)
This week we have a bit of a yabber about Generative AI Search. Email CTAs, Content Readability and some really groovy stats on Search usage, and PPC benchmarks. Well worth a read, but then I would say that ;-) Don't forget to like, share and follow please!
I'm back after a small slice of life getting in the way with another exciting instalment from the coal face of Digital Marketing. In today's exciting episode Google mutters about ways to cope with no cookies and privacy, there's a very long post on language models, some email tips, Facebook waking up and smelling the AI and Google still banging on about PageSpeed. Right. Click the link to read and let's get into it.
AI content is all the rage this week - with people literally raging at it; Apple is re-launching its Business Connect as Maps gets usable; Data will be quite important this year as cookies fade away; PPC still needs basic attention and GA4 gets more dimensions for ecommerce. Let's get into it, shall we?
Yet more excitement emerged at Twitter this week, so much that it's tricky keeping up. Facebook is laying off staff and Google is shutting various things while trying to make GA4 usable. Just another few days in Digital.