Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google Search Console’s New Associations Page, Twitter’s Paid Super Follows, LinkedIn’s Update to Pages & more…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • February 26, 2021,

1.Google Search Console Updated With New Associations Page

Google Search Console has a new and enhanced Associations page which will carry over all existing associations. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

2. Twitter announces paid Super Follows to let you charge for tweets

Twitter announced a payment feature, called Super Follows, which will allow users to charge followers and give them access to extra content. [Source: The Verge]

3. LinkedIn Pages Updated with New Features

LinkedIn Pages are getting new features designed to help businesses generate more leads, keep employees engaged, and access more data. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

4. Google set to deprecate Showcase Shopping ads on April 1

Google will stop serving Showcase Shopping ads and remove Showcase Shopping ad groups beginning on April 1. [Source: Search Engine Land]

5. Firefox Launches Total Cookie Protection

Mozilla’s latest release allows even stricter blocking of cookies. This is the latest move in its continued fight to protect user data. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

6. Spotify unveils audio ad marketplace as podcast ambitions face key test

Spotify unveiled an audio advertising marketplace as it simplifies the process of running campaigns across its properties. [Source: Marketing Dive]

7. Google has finally updated the Gmail app with App Privacy labels

Good news for iOS users as Google, the multinational technology company quietly adds App privacy labels to the Gmail app on the Apple App Store. [Source: Digital Information World]

8. Facebook agrees to some policy changes in response to Oversight Board recommendations

Facebook has agreed to tweak some of its policies in response to recommendations from the Oversight Board. [Source: Engadget]

9. Apple has introduced additional guidance for App Store privacy labels

Apple has decided to give the developers a better understanding of what is required when filling out the data collection revelations. [Source: Digital Information World]

10. Google Search may be showing featured snippets less often

Starting around February 18, 2021, Google seems to be showing fewer featured snippet results in the search results page. [Source: Search Engine Land]

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