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Google marked the 15th birthday of Gmail with several new features, including “dynamic email“. It also introduced a number of substantive updates to ads and tools, notably a new Google Ads editor and the “Masterful Mobile Web“ resource. Our Marketing Scoop podcast features content marketing best practices.
There are a lot of interesting changes that have taken place in the Googlesphere in the last two weeks, from new ad formats on Google Images to a new layout on Google My Business to revamped tools like Test My Site & RCS Business Messaging, and there have been a lot of improvement updates on AMP 2019.
In this digest, we have outlined all the important updates from February, from Google’s latest move to fight disinformation to its rollout of new features in display campaigns to the launch of Google docs API and .dev domains. Don’t forget to tune in to our Marketing Scoop podcast with guests JD Prater and Joe Martinez discuss the latest Google updates and developments in more detail.
In the last two weeks, Google released many important updates that can potentially affect the way users search information online and advertisers run their campaigns on Google platforms. In this digest, you will learn about all the updates they have made that can impact you. There are numerous tool changes you should be aware of as well.
With the new year now well underway, Google is rolling out a fresh stream of updates for search users, advertisers, and website owners. Its more notable updates include a new publishing platform for local news (“Newspack“), a new pricing strategy for G-Suite Basic and Business Editions, and the integration of AdWords Express campaigns into the Google Ads platform.
The year is coming to an end, and Google has been working on all the tweaks and changes it can make before beginning the new year afresh. We haven’t seen any dramatic updates or game-changing additions to Google over the past few weeks, but there are still changes you should be aware of, so keep reading.