Allow our experts to keep you up to date with what is happening in the ever-changing world of digital marketing. Here’s what caught their eyes this week:

Apple releases iOS 11.4 with support for Messages in iCloud, Airplay 2 and more

Apple officially releases the latest version of its iOS software for your iPhone and iPad, iOS 11.4, which at last adds support for Messages in iCloud, along with other new features. Click here to read more.

Google My Business Q&A: What you may be missing

Did you know you can add a custom FAQ to your GMB listing? Contributor Sherry Bonelli explains how to use the often-overlooked Q&A feature to promote your business and stay ahead of the competition. Click here to read more.

Papua New Guinea threatens to close Facebook for a month to investigate its harmful impact

Facebook is proving problematic for many governments worldwide, but few would think to shut it down entirely. Click here to read more.

Snapchat launches less creepy Send and Request Location features

Snapchat is taking another shot at location after its always-on coordinate-broadcasting Snap Map proved a bit invasive for some users. Click here to read more.

PayPal starts deeper integration with Google - users can now pay directly in Gmail, YouTube and more

The integration, when it goes live later this year, will cover apps such as Gmail, YouTube, Google Store and any services using Google Pay — and it will include not just payments but also peer-to-peer transfers. Click here to read more.

It’s alive! Image SEO is back from the dead

In the wake of Google's removal of the 'view image' button, contributor Anthony Muller polled top news and entertainment sites to share their Google image traffic data. The results? Overwhelmingly positive - image search is back. Click here to read more.

Google Maps is testing interface with categories of local search suggestions

A new Google Maps interface on Android shows category selections based on where you're viewing the map. Click here to read more.

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