Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google’s 3-Strike Rule, Meta’s Creative Tools, YouTube’s Super Thanks & More…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • April 29, 2022,

1.Google Ads Implements 3-Strike Policy Rule

Google Ads has updated its violation policies for accounts with a new three-strike rule to be implemented in June 2022. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

2. Meta Adds New Creative Tools to Spark AR Studio, Enabling More Advanced Effects

Meta’s giving AR creators more tools to build within its Spark AR Studio, including interactive audio tools, improved depth mapping, effects blending and more. [Source: Social Media Today]

3. YouTube Brings Its Pre-Publish Checks To Mobile Apps While Expanding Its Super Thanks Monetization

YouTube is launching its popular pre-publish checks on its mobile apps and is also rolling out Super Thanks to all eligible channels. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

4. Google Takes First Steps In Rolling Out Android’s Privacy Sandbox

Google announced that the first developer’s preview of the sandbox is now available as part of Android 13 beta 1. [Source: Engadget]

5. Snapchat Unveils Drone Camera, Advanced AR Tools and New Commerce Integrations at Partner Summit

Snapchat has announced a range of new tools and features, including advanced AR tools for eCommerce brands. [Source: Social Media Today]

6. Google Ads API v10.1 Is Now Available

Google has released version 10.1 of the Google Ads API, bringing support for discover campaigns, campaign groups, local service campaigns and more. [Source: Search Engine Land]

7. LinkedIn Adds New Profile Links and Newsletter Promotion Options

LinkedIn has added an option to showcase a link on profile, along with new analytics tools for group posts, a video trimming feature on mobile, and more. [Source: Social Media Today]

8. Google Play Store’s App Privacy Labels Start Appearing

Google is rolling out a new safety section in the Play Store designed to show users more detail about the data that apps collect and how it is used. [Source: The Verge]

9. WP Engine Ending Support For .htaccess

WordPress managed hosting provider WP Engine announced that it is ending support for .htaccess directives. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

10. Google Adds New Elements To Its Performance Max Campaigns

Google has announced some new updates for its Performance Max campaigns, including new insights and manual checking options, a new customer acquisition goal, and more. [Source: Social Media Today]


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