It’s been a big week, with announcements from Microsoft of their brand new advertising features, as well as hackers targeting Apple in a $50 million ransomware attack. Join us for this and more in The Weekly Wrap.
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How much has the Earth changed in the last 36 years? Google Earth has compiled over 24 million satellite images to create 3D time-lapse videos, detailing how climate change has impacted the planet since 1984. We take a look at these impressive time lapses, as well as Google Ads’ new dynamic exclusion lists and Twitter’s update to their approach to algorithms in this installation of The Weekly Wrap.
Were you one of the 533 million Facebook users whose data was leaked online? Unfortunately Facebook has revealed they won’t be informing you if you were. This week we take a look at this massive data breach, as well as with the continued rise of TikTok and Amazon’s digital advertising revenue.
Before we enter the Easter chocolate binge, we take a look at a plethora of new AI-powered Google features, Facebook’s updates towards a non-algorithmic News Feed, and a search engine newcomer that is promising an ad-free, private experience.
Instagram for kids, automated ads for products detected in YouTube videos, Google My Business integrated into Wix—it’s been a busy week for announcements. Along with all of these new features on the digital landscape, a leaked 300-page Facebook document has revealed the practical instructions that the platform’s moderators are given.
From the new Google My Business management tool for reviews to Facebook’s latest monetisation options for creators, this week we look at new features that business owners and content creators can get excited about.
Join us for this, plus more, in the latest instalment of The Weekly Wrap.
The year is already flying by and as we come to the end of week 10, it’s clear that things won’t slow down any time soon. This week we look at the evolving shape of the news media bargaining code in the U.S., updates to Google Maps that make it more interactive for users, and what the future might look like with 8 billion people on the internet.
From Google announcing plans to stop tracking users in Chrome, Bing dramatically updating their Search interface and updates to Google My Business insights, it’s been another big week in digital, and digital advertising in particular.
Australian users were left reeling after Facebook banned viewing and sharing news content on the platform last week, but within days they had reversed the ban. We take a look at Facebook’s about-face, as well as recent updates to Google Image Searches, Google Ads reporting features, and the importance of backlinks for SEO in this weeks’ Weekly Wrap.
It’s been a big week in digital news, but you won’t be able to read about it on Facebook. Undoubtedly the most significant piece of news this week was Facebook’s ban on news content in Australia. We take a closer look at this in our Weekly Wrap, as well as the latest update to Google Search Ads and the successful landing of the rover Perseverance on the surface of Mars.
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