Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google’s Update to Page Experience Report, Twitter’s Co-hosting Tool in Spaces, YouTube’s Shorts Fund & more…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • August 6, 2021,

1.Google Changes Page Experience Ranking Signal Criteria

Google is removing safe browsing from the criteria sites need to meet to benefit from the page experience ranking factor. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

2. Twitter Adds New Co-Hosting Option for Audio Spaces

Twitter has launched its new co-hosting option for Spaces, providing another option for managing your audio chats. [Source: Social Media Today]

3. YouTube Creators Can Now Get $10,000 Per Month for Making Short

YouTube will pay creators up to $10,000 per month for making popular videos on its TikTok competitor, YouTube Shorts. [Source: The Verge]

4. Google Math Solver Guidelines Require Accuracy

Google has added several new technical and content quality guidelines to the math solver structured data help documentation. [Source: Search Engine Land]

5. Apple Now Promoting its Services With ‘Exclusive Offers’ for Apple Card Users

Apple began promoting its online services through “exclusive offers” to Apple Card users in the United States. [Source: 9 to 5 Mac]

6. WordPress Releases Gutenberg 11.2 – Offers Better Performance and Bug Fixes

WordPress announces the release of the latest version of Gothenburg, now at 11.2. this includes improvements to the editor’s performance. [Source: 711 Web]

7. Google Ads Editor v1.7 Brings Support for Hotel Ads and Lead Form Extensions

Google Ads Editor v1.7 will now allow advertisers to manage their Hotel ads, YouTube audio ads and lead form extensions, and select specific parts of their campaigns to download. [Source: Search Engine Land]

8. Microsoft Ads August Updates: New Bidding Strategy, New Automated Extensions, & More

Microsoft announced a list of new product updates and releases for Advertisers including a new bid strategy, manager-account labelling and more. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

9. Facebook Hosts First-Ever Paid Film Premiere, Which Could Point to New Distribution Opportunities

Facebook has launched its first-ever official film premiere on the platform via a Facebook ticketed event. [Source: Social Media Today]

10. Google Ads’ New Cryptocurrency Policies Take Effect

Google Ads’ new cryptocurrency policies have officially taken effect. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

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