Digital marketing is an ever-changing beast - and we're here to tell you what's next so your brand can keep ahead of the game. Our digital marketing experts round up the week's digital marketing news for you.

Top Facebook updates that you can’t afford to miss – August 2018 edition

Despite all the controversy and concerns over privacy and election rigging, Facebook as an enterprise has continued to grow in the past months. Click here to read more.nm

Former Facebook security chief says creating election chaos is still easy

As someone who’s had a years-long front-row seat to Russia’s efforts to influence US politics, former Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos has a pretty solid read on what we can expect from the 2018 midterms. Click here to read more.

Twitter brings Bookmarks to the web with a new design, now in testing

A small number of Twitter users will see the updated version of Twitter for web, which will include access to Twitter’s Bookmarks feature, and scrolling through Twitter’s Explore section. Click here to read more.

Tired of memorizing p4ssw0rd$? The new Chrome has your back

As part of this week’s update, Google is rolling out significant improvements to Chrome's password manager. Click here to read more.

British Airways customer data stolen in data breach

British Airways has confirmed a data breach. Click here to read more.

Instagram launches parent portal to teach internet safety

To help parents navigate online environments, Instagram has released a parents' guide to the app on its Well Being site. Click here to read more.

Google’s exact match close variants expand again: Now include same meaning variations

The latest machine learning-powered update to close variants means exact match will match to the intent of the query. Click here to read more.

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