Google Announces Passage -Based Ranking & This Week’s Digital Marketing News
This week on Marketing O’Clock, Google announces passage-based ranking, Facebook and Google release new ecommerce features for the holidays, and more.
Google Announces Passage-Based Indexing
Google announced a number of upcoming changes and improvements coming to Search, including the revelation that it will soon be able to identify individual passages on a webpage to surface relevant content in the search results.
New Google Shopping Features
Google announced new shopping features that will benefit both shoppers and retailers this upcoming holiday season.
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Changes for Retailers
Google Is Charged in Antitrust Lawsuit
The United States Department of Justice is suing Google over multiple violations of antitrust law related to online search. The suit is the result of a year-long investigation into the tech giant.
New Facebook Ecommerce Features
Facebook announced new ecommerce features ahead of the holiday shopping season.
First, brands will be able to create ads with shoppable product tags directly from the Facebook Ads Manager. They also announced new ecommerce-focused audiences including shopping engagement custom audiences and shopping lookalike audiences for brands who use Facebook Shops. Brands will also be able to manage and promote sales for their Shop in the Promotions tab of Commerce Manager.
In our Take of the Week segment, digital marketers wrote some passionate limericks about the challenges they face in response to Tim Halloran‘s poetry challenge.
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