Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google’s v11 Of Ads API, Twitter’s Product Drops, Apple’s New APIs & More…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • June 10, 2022,

1.Google Ads v11 of API

Google has announced the v11 release of the Google Ads API, including ad schedules for local services, migrations, and more. [Source: Google Ads Developers Blog]

2. Twitter Announces Product Drops for Merchants

Merchants have a new Twitter feature, Product Drops, to help engage their followers and stay on top of new product releases. [Source: Search Engine Land]

3. Apple Provides Developers with Even More Powerful Technologies to Push the App Experience Forward

Apple unveiled new tools, technologies, and APIs designed to help developers create even richer experiences for their users. [Source: Apple Newsroom]

4. LinkedIn Announces Major New Additions to Its Platform, Including a Creator Mode and Business Manager

LinkedIn has announced new and improved tools within Creator Mode along with a new Business Manager dashboard. [Source: Digital Information World]

5. Google May 2022 Core Update Complete

Google’s core algorithm update that began rolling out on May 25 has officially completed on June 9. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

6. LinkedIn Expands Streamlined ‘Boost’ Ad Option to LinkedIn Events

LinkedIn’s expanding its streamlined ‘Boost’ ad option, with users now able to pay to amplify their LinkedIn event listings via the Boost process in the app. [Source: Social Media Today]

7. Google Highlights New Machine Learning Features Heading to Chrome

Google highlighted some recently released ML features that are now making their way to more Chrome users. [Source: XDA Developers]

8. Instagram Now Lets You Pin Up to Three Posts to Your Profile

Instagram announced that it’s launching the ability for users to pin up to three posts, including photos or Reels, to the top of their profile grid. [Source: Tech Crunch]

9. Google To Discontinue SafetyNet API in Favor of Play Integrity API

Google has announced plans to phase out SafetyNet, an anti-abuse API that allows apps to check the integrity of the Android device. [Source: XDA Developers]

10. Bing Adds Visit Site Button to Branded Sidebar Navigation

Microsoft Bing is adding a branded sidebar search results snippet feature on the left sidebar. [Source: Search Engine Roundtable]

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