4 Digital Marketing News Stories You Shouldn’t Miss – 13/11/15
Business moves fast and its easy to miss out on news that might have an impact your company or your job. Take a read of this week’s main digital news stories that every business person should read.
It’s been a busy week in Digital Marketing, from marketing epiphanies to changes to the most used platforms in the world.
1. Facebook Bans Tsu
Facebook has banned users, including businesses, from mentioning another Social Network, Tsu.
Tsu is an innovative social media website that is accessible by invite only and which shares its advertising fund with users. As a result it has become a source of Spam across Facebook, and they have banned it in order to improve user experience.
2. Google Introduced a New About Page
Google makes a lot of changes on a regular basis and all businesses should stay on top of them. The latest change was made on the about page which lets individuals manage their various google profiles and control the personal information they share. It would seem that Google is trying to make things more private and more efficient, the latter aim being of importance to business.
3. Facebook are testing a digital assistant
Breath a sigh of relief, Social Media Marketers, Facebook are thinking about introducing a digital assistant to help you with all the hiccups and issues that may arise. They are currently testing in the Bay Area in the US.
4. Twitter Users Have Increased.
Despite initial disgruntlement among Twitter veterans, Twitter’s ‘Like’ feature has seen their user numbers increase by 9%. More users means more reasons for Businesses to be active on Twitter.
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