LinkedIn is preparing to roll out Accelerate, its AI-driven campaign tool, to all advertisers globally by early fall. Why we care. By embracing Accelerate, advertisers can potentially improve their LinkedIn campaign performance while reducing time and resource investment, making it a tool worth exploring for B2B marketers. By the numbers: Cuts campaign creation time from
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Amazon rolled out its AI-powered shopping assistant, Rufus, to all U.S. customers in its mobile app. Why it matters. This move signals Amazon’s push into AI-assisted shopping, potentially transforming how consumers interact with ecommerce platforms. How it works. Rufus uses a specialized large language model (LLM) trained on Amazon’s product catalog, customer reviews and web
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Google’s AI Overviews now appear less than 7% of the time. This is one of 10 noteworthy findings from a new analysis of AI Overviews. This data was shared with Search Engine Land by enterprise SEO platform BrightEdge and its BrightEdge Generative Parser, which has been tracking and monitoring AI Overviews (and formerly Search Generative
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Google indefinitely paused its planned Healthcare and medicines policy update that would have allowed certified advertisers to discuss opioid painkillers without promoting or selling them. Why we care. This reversal affects advertisers in healthcare, public policy and addiction treatment sectors who were preparing for new advertising possibilities. Key details: The original update was set for
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Google Ads introduced a new tCPA (target Cost Per Action) Insight Box for Demand Gen campaigns, following a similar feature for Performance Max and Standard Shopping campaigns. Why it matters: This new feature can help you quickly assess advertising campaign performance and make data-driven decisions to optimize your ad spend. Key features: Shows if Actual
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Dashveenjit is an experienced tech and business journalist with a determination to find and produce stories for online and print daily. She is also an experienced parliament reporter with occasional pursuits in the lifestyle and art industries. Hypertype, a female-founded customer communication automation startup, has successfully raised €600,000 (£506,500) in a recent fundraising round, further boosting
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Working in SEO requires various tools for research and analysis. We need to understand website performance, market trends, user behavior, competitor activity and the effort needed to achieve our goals. While premium tools offer many useful features, several free tools can significantly enhance your SEO efforts. If you are a freelancer just starting out or
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Google rolled out a Chrome extension designed to help advertisers troubleshoot their Enhanced Conversions setup called EC Assist. Why we care. Enhanced Conversions are crucial for improving Google Ads performance, but setting them up correctly can be a challenge. How it works: Advertisers install the EC Assist Chrome extension They run a test conversion on
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Google released advanced data source management in Merchant Center Next, alongside a new add-on for enhanced product data control. There are also new help articles to explain how to use them. Key features: Attribute rules: Automatically fix common data errors. Supplemental data sources: Enhance primary product data with additional details. Why it matters. These updates
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Duncan is an award-winning technology industry analyst, specialising in cloud computing, blockchain, martech and edge computing. LADbible Group is one of the biggest social publishers in the world, with a global audience of nearly 1 billion. The company operates across all major social media channels and reaches 52 million monthly users on its five websites:
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Google announced several new features coming to Display & Video 360. Key updates: Report files download list: New page in instant reporting for Display & Video 360 and Campaign Manager 360. Allows customers to view status and access downloaded reports. User ID redaction: Affects Data Transfer files for users in Florida, Texas, Oregon and Montana.
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Dashveenjit is an experienced tech and business journalist with a determination to find and produce stories for online and print daily. She is also an experienced parliament reporter with occasional pursuits in the lifestyle and art industries. Meta has turned the screws in yet another battle between big tech and traditional media, warning it could
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Have you ever been tempted to pay for a really great link?  Between Google’s algorithm leak and Danny Goodwin’s subsequent exposé of the importance of links for rankings, the broader marketing industry is having its “aha” moment while scrambling to launch digital PR strategies that earn high-authority links at scale. Sadly, many brands will look
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As we bid Google Universal Analytics (UA) its final adieu, we caught up with Product Director of Google Analytics, Steve Ganem, about its successor — Google Analytics 4 (GA4). We wanted to know how its meeting the needs of digital marketers, its privacy compliance, and what’s on the roadmap for enhancements. (The interview was edited
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Apple is set to extend its 30% fee on Facebook and Instagram ad purchases made through iOS devices to advertisers worldwide, starting July 1. Why we care. This move could significantly impact digital advertising costs and strategies for businesses of all sizes, potentially altering marketing strategies and budget allocation toward mobile advertising. The big picture.
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Microsoft’s AI CEO Mustafa Suleyman believes most web content is “freeware’ that can be used for training AI models. The only exception: websites that explicitly opt out. Freeware is any form of copyrighted software that can be freely downloaded, installed and used by end users. The quote. Here’s what Suleyman told CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin
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