Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google’s Trusted Store Badge, Apple’s Privacy Update, LinkedIn’s Creators Tools & More…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • April 1, 2022,

1.New Google Trusted Store Badge Based On Shopping Experience Scorecard

Google has launched a new Trusted Store badge for merchants with an excellent Google Shopping experience scorecard score.  [Source: Search Engine Roundtable]

2. Apple Is Amping Up Its Privacy Plans And Restricting Apps From Selling Personal Data Of Users To Advertisers

Apple has decided to go even further with their privacy plans to prevent apps from selling users’ data to advertisers. [Source: Digital Information World]

3. LinkedIn Adds New Tools for Creators, Including Improved Content Analytics and Updates Profile Video Options

LinkedIn has announced some new tools for creators, including improved content analytics, new profile video tools and more. [Source: Social Media Today]

4. YouTube To Drop Maximize Lift Bidding

Google has announced that it will be ending support for Maximize Lift bidding for YouTube as it continues to enhance its ad offerings. [Source: Search Engine Land]

5. Snapchat Adds YouTube Link Stickers to Enhance Video Sharing

Snapchat is now adding a new sharing option, allowing users to share YouTube videos with friends direct from the Snapchat Camera. [Source: Social Media Today]

6. Google’s URL Parameters Tool Is Going Away

Google announced that the URL parameters tool is going away, citing the tool has little or low value. [Source: Search Engine Land]

7. More Search Console Insights Added to Google Data Studio

An update to Google Data Studio allows users to import more insights from Google Search Console. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

8. Meta Gives The World A Better Insight Of Branded Space Through Its ‘VR Horizon Worlds Experience’

Meta has recently shared with users what they can expect to see in terms of branded space through its VR Horizon. [Source: Digital Information World]

9. Facebook Warns Publishers To Avoid ‘Watchbait’ Tactics

Meta, Facebook’s parent company, is warning marketers to avoid a new tactic they call “watchbait.” [Source: Search Engine Land]

10. Google Search Console Updates Structured Data Report

Google Search Console is updating the structured data report to provide more information about invalid markup. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

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