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Google AdWords have published official guidance for projects, campaigns and experiments.
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Google has repeatedly said that a report on incoming links in the Search Console is a fetch of a URL, not a complete list. The representative of the search John Mueller said that for large and small sites this report is generated in different ways.
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Facebook launched a feature that automatically creates captions for videos on pages, reports TechCrunch. While it works only in the English language.
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Google has updated Google Docs for Android, adding support for import and export of OpenDocument files.
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Google has updated its search app for iOS. One of the main innovations in the new version is integration with Gboard. Now iPhone and iPad users can use the virtual keyboard without installing a separate application Gboard.
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The Agency Stone Temple Consulting have noticed that Google has started to use for making ready-made answers the description of the video on YouTube.
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Google AdSense told what to do in that case, if your ad code is used on other sites. In particular, if you see in the reports or in the list of sites with resources that don't belong.
adwords new guide
Google AdWords has published an official guide on ads by sending a message with a click. It tells how to attract the attention of those users who prefer to communicate via SMS. According to the company, nearly two-thirds of smartphone owners send a mobile message more than five times a day.
google display network
Marketing Director of advertising products Google , Matt Lawson have prepared answers to common questions about the most recent innovations in display network (display network). We are talking about the launch of native ads, cross-device remarketing, extensions', and increased "Traffic store".
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Analytics company Nielsen has published the top 10 most popular apps in 2016 in the United States. Most of the items in this list (8 of 10) took Google and Facebook.