Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Google’s Web Store Badges, YouTube’s Search Insights, Meta’s Creator Funding Programs & more…

By Logicserve News Desk

  • April 14, 2022,

1. Chrome Web Store Will Show Badges For Reputable Developers And Extensions

Google will now start highlighting reputable developers and publishers with special badges. [Source: XDA Developers]

2. YouTube’s Keyword Research Tool Available To Everyone This Month

YouTube Search Insights, a tool designed to surface valuable keyword data, will be available to all channels later this month. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

3. Meta Sets The Stage For Metaverse Progression With The Launch Of Two Creator Funding Options

Meta recently launched two creator funding options that encourage user contributions to its Metaverse. [Source: Digital Information World]

4. Final Cut Pro And Logic Pro Updated With Powerful New Features

Apple updated Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro with powerful new features for creative professionals. [Source: Apple Newsroom]

5. Pinterest Launches API V5 to Facilitate New Pin Presentation and Management Tools

Pinterest has announced the launch of version 5 of the Pinterest API, which enables developers to build separate applications to facilitate Pin presentation and management. [Source: Social Media Today]

6. Google March 2022 Product Reviews Update Is Finished Rolling Out

Google has confirmed that the March 2022 product reviews update is now finished rolling out. [Source: Search Engine Land]

7. YouTube Adds New CTV Campaign Measurement Verification Through Expanded Nielsen Partnership

YouTube has announced an expansion of its partnership with Nielsen which will provide more ways for advertisers to measure their total audience reached by YouTube CTV campaigns. [Source: Social Media Today]

8. Amazon Raises Affiliate Commission Rates

Amazon announced that they are raising commissions on a small group of product categories for a limited time. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

9. Twitter Rolls Back ‘Controversial’ Change That Made Deleted Tweets Invisible In Embeds

Twitter has recently walked back from its much-talked-about change involving deleted tweets. [Source: Digital Information World]

10. WordPress Reconsiders WebP By Default Proposal

WordPress announced a decision to formally reassess the highly controversial WebP by Default feature. [Source: Search Engine Journal]


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