Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media Companies

President Trump signed an executive order targeting social media giants, following a spat with Twitter.

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Google Expands Advertiser Identity Verification Policy

Google has announced it is expanding its advertising identification policy in an effort to improve transparency.

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Google May Start Paying Publishers For News

Google and news publishers have been at odds for years, with the latter wanting Google to pay for content. While Google’s search sends an untold number of visitors to news websites, Google doesn’t pay for any of the content that shows up in its News service.

We Want To Make It Easier For People To Go From Inspiration To Purchase, Says Pinterest CEO

“I don’t know about social commerce overall but I definitely know that our users often want to buy the things they find on Pinterest,” said Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann while discussing going public on the NYSE. “We just want to make it easier for them to go from that inspiration all the way to reality, which in this case would be a purchase.”

Twitter Rolls Out Direct Message Anti-Abuse Feature

After a month and a half of testing, Twitter is rolling out a spam and…

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iOS 13’s Privacy Changes Have Big Repercussions For Businesses

On September 10, Apple held their “By Invitation Only” event, unveiling new iPhones, Apple Arcade,…

The Secrets of YouTube’s Ranking Algorithm with HubSpot SEO expert Braden Becker
View Velocity Is The Secret To Ranking On YouTube

“To determine rankings on their platform, YouTube uses a metric called the View Velocity,” says HubSpot SEO expert Braden Becker. “The View Velocity metric measures the number of subscribers who watch your video right after it’s been published. The higher your videos view velocity the higher your videos will rank.”

Recap: Social Media Week Lima

When Jessika Phillips, Founder of NOW Marketing Group and Host of Social Media Week Lima,…

Neil Patel’s Content Marketing Strategies for 2019

In 2019, you need to think differently about your content marketing strategies. Google has so much content on the same topics that it’s difficult for average content to rank. You need to constantly create new fresh content that is unique.

How to Build a Content Marketing Strategy (And Stick to It)

The first step to developing a content marketing strategy is to determine your company’s objective. In other words, you’ll need to have an end goal.

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How To Promote Your Content When You Don’t Have Money – Neil Patel

“You know you need more traffic to your blog posts but you don’t have the money to spend to get those eyeballs,” says online marketing strategist Neil Patel. “What should you do? Today I’m going to teach you five ways to promote your content when you don’t have any money.”

Wyze Announces $20 Million in VC Funding via YouTube Docudrama

Wyze has always been anything but boring. They have an affordable $20 security camera that makes Ring users wonder if they’ve wasted their money. Now Wyze has announced $20 million in Series A funding in dramatic fashion via a YouTube docudrama. It makes sense.

Neil Patel’s 6 Tips to Dominating Google

“Do you want to know what’s better than being on page one of Google?” asked digital marketing expert Neil Patel. “Not just ranking number one, but owning the first page.”

Top Email Design Trends of 2019

In the Infographic ‘Top Email Design Trends of 2019,’ exclusively provided to WebProNews you by Email Monks, you will get a sneak peek into what kind of email marketing designs lie ahead.

Neil Patel’s 7 Trends to Embrace for Successful Digital Marketing in 2019

Self-made marketing expert Neil Patel released a video titled, How Digital Marketing Will Change in 2019. Patel outlines 7 Trends that all businesses and content producers should embrace for successful digital marketing in 2019.

Could Your Business Benefit From Using LinkedIn Dynamic Ads?

The average consumer is inundated with hundreds of ads every day. Advertisements have gotten so prevalent…

5 User-Generated Content Campaigns Your Brand Can Learn From

These days, shoppers are less impressed with celebrities and gurus telling them what to buy…

4 Fast-Rising Digital Marketing Trends Leading Into 2019

Digital marketing is now firmly embedded in our day-to-day lives; we start our day with…

Eric Enge Says Google’s Two Most Important Ranking Factors Are Still Content and Links

SEO is constantly changing but search ranking expert Eric Enge still says that everything else should take second priority to content quality and links. Eric explains how the Google Ranking Score intersects with the Google Content Score which results in a Google Link Score.

Facebook Group Vs. Facebook Page: Which is Better for Marketing Your Brand?

If you’ve been considering using Facebook as a marketing tool for your business, you’re probably unsure of whether to use the platform’s Page or Group feature.