Digital marketing evolves so quickly, it can seem daunting to keep up with the latest developments. We're here to help. Here's the news that has caught our digital marketing experts' eyes this week:
Say hello to Android 9 Pie
The nickname for Android 9 is “Pie.” It’s not the most inspired of Android names, but it’ll do. What really matters at the end of the day are the new features in Pie — and there are plenty of those. Click here to read more.
How Bing is enhancing search and apparently growing as a result
Sure, Google is still bigger, but contributor Adam Dorfman notes that Bing has been introducing significant innovations. Click here to read more.
Google: August core algorithm update still rolling out
Google has given us an update on the big Google search algorithm update. It will take a few more days to fully roll out. Click here to read more.
Rebranding your local business? Don’t start without reading these tips
Rebranding an established business is not easy, says contributor Jamie Pitman, especially for small businesses. Find six marketing and local search tips to help make the process a success here.
Facebook is now a major mobile browser in US with 10%+ market share in many states
Most of the data around web browser market share puts Google Chrome or Safari at the top – with their percentage of the market varying by platform and region. But new research from analytics provider Mixpanel finds that many sources are overlooking a major contributor: Facebook. Click here to read more.
Who do you trust?
Another week, another high-profile hack. This week it was (checks notes) Reddit. What makes this one marginally more interesting is that the victims were using two-factor authentication. Click here to read more.
Facebook Dating will be a feature, not an app; here’s a peek
Facebook Dating doesn’t plan to launch a standalone dating app, which should temper expectations about how deeply it’s diving into Tinder and Match Group’s territory. The feature will be based inside Facebook’s main app, alongside its many other utilities buried beyond the home screen. Click here to read more.
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