Just in case you missed it, here’s your monthly roundup of marketing news that includes updates from the Google Marketing Live event, new laws around Yelp and reviews sites, new OTT audience insights, and more!
Didn’t get a chance to catch Google’s keynote? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. From new YouTube Ad formats and new Search Ad Features to cross-device reporting in Analytics and Machine Learning, here’s everything you need to know.
Facebook deleted 1.27 billion fake accounts, meaning digital marketing campaigns now have better data to provide a clearer picture of ad campaign results, as fake profiles will no longer be represented in analytics and billing. Could this increase your small business sales? Learn more on the blog.
On July 2, The California Supreme Court ruled that Yelp is not responsible for removing negative reviews from the site, but can remove posts at its own discretion. The New York Times has the full story.
With the release of Chrome 68, websites without HTTPS encryption will be labeled as “not secure” in an effort to tighten security around the web. Google announced the changes would be coming back in February, but have just now gone live. Learn more on the Google Developers Blog.
eMarketer’s latest report on over-the-top advertising estimates there are 765 million worldwide streaming OTT content at least once per month. eMarketer expects this number to rise by 24% before the year is over. See the full report here.
Have you noticed an increase in ads you’re seeing on YouTube? SEO consultant and podcast host Dan Shure has, but YouTube won’t confirm or deny that it’s increasing its pre-and-mid-roll ad volume. Read the full story over at Marketing Land.
comScore recently paired up with Google to understand how digital marketing channels can influence linear sports viewers. The study found that while search complements linear viewing habits, the main takeaway is that digital and TV play very well together. Read the full report here.
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