Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: How Facebook Ranks Content in 2023, Microsoft Unveils Predictive Targeting, AI-Based Advertising Tool, YouTube Revolutionizes Video Dubbing Artificial Intelligence Powered Tool & More…

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  • July 1, 2023,

1.How Facebook ranks content in 2023: Feed, Stories, Reels & more

Meta has also announced new tools and features for improved transparency on the social network, which will better assist marketers. [Source: Search Engine Land]

2. Microsoft Unveils Predictive Targeting, AI-Based Advertising Tool

Microsoft announces the launch of Predictive Targeting, an artificial intelligence-powered advertising tool.The technology relies on machine learning to help advertisers reach new, receptive audiences and drive higher conversion rates. [Source: Search Engine Journal]

3. YouTube Revolutionizes Video Dubbing Artificial Intelligence Powered Tool

YouTube made an exciting announcement regarding its forthcoming integration of a cutting-edge tool powered by artificial intelligence designed to dub content in multiple languages with the goal of overcoming language barriers and expanding the accessibility of content for both creators and viewers. [Source: Digital Information World]

4. Whatsapp Business Launches New Features Including Personalized Messages

Users of the WhatsApp Business app now have the ability to create Facebook and Instagram ads that click to WhatsApp without needing a Facebook account, as well as new ways to connect with customers more efficiently. [Source: Social Samosa]

5. Workplace Revolution: How AI-driven tools improve collaboration, productivity, and well-being

These innovative solutions leverage the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance productivity, reduce stress levels, and foster stronger connections among colleagues. [Source: Digital Information World]

6. Meta Launches Quest+ Subscription Service for VR Experiences

Meta has announced a new $7.99 per-month Meta+ subscription program, which will give users access to two different VR titles every month. [Source: Social Media Today]

7. Face Swapper: The New Way to Anonymity

Face swapping has emerged as a new way to embrace anonymity with a touch of humor. It offers a playful escape from reality, allowing us to assume different identities, generate laughter, and create unforgettable memories. [Source: Digital Information World]

8. Microsoft Advertising Announces Policy Updates

Microsoft Advertising recently updated several policies to make them more straightforward and strengthen user protection.The changes address new regulations and provide more details on how policies are enforced. [Source: Search Engine Land]

9. Meta’s Experimenting with its Own In-Facebook App Store to Compete with Apple and Google

Meta’s experimenting with its own in-Facebook app store, which would enable developers to showcase their apps, and also facilitate direct download for users, without them leaving The Social Network. [Source: Social Media Today]

10. LinkedIn Explores Monetization Options to Support Content Creators

With an increasing focus on creator-driven platforms, LinkedIn aims to tap into this trend and offer its own set of features to support and reward creators on its platform. Source: [Digital Information World]

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