Last Week in Digital Marketing News – Mar. 6, 2017

Last Week in Digital Marketing News – Mar. 6, 2017

Digital Marketing News is everywhere. How can you sift through the deluge of headlines and extract what is most important to you? Each Monday, our experts curate the biggest stories in Digital Marketing News from the past week and tell you how they will affect you and your business.

Give us 90 seconds, and Commexis will “Clue You In” on the biggest digital marketing headlines from last week.


Google’s Location Tracking is Better Now than Ever Before by Andy Taylor via SearchEngineLand.com, Mar. 2, 2017
Search Engine Land’s Andy Taylor notes that Google has improved its ability to track search traffic at the ZIP code level, which is good news for advertisers who employ granular geographic targeting.

Facebook Pages Gets Redesigned Inbox for Instagram and Messenger Interactions by Saqib Shah via DigitalTrends.com, Feb. 27, 2017
Facebook is making it easier for businesses to manage interactions from across its suite of platforms in one place. On Monday, a number of users spotted a redesigned inbox for Pages that includes Instagram, Messenger, and Facebook interactions.

Twitter Now Lets You Mute Specific Words from Your Timeline — and Mute ‘Eggs’ without Profile Photos by Dan Frommer via Recode.net Mar. 1, 2017
These specific changes alone, obviously, aren’t going to stop harassment and bad behavior on Twitter. But it is good that Twitter is increasingly using a combination of its user community and its algorithms to curb abuse.
Mostly, it seems like a good sign that Twitter is finally increasing its cadence in addressing what has become one of its biggest problems.


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Phillip Brooks

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