Join Greg Finn and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld as they break down the news and hot topics that the digital community is discussing on this week’s episode of Marketing O’Clock.
This week, Apple introduced a new way to search for podcasts and we attempt to use it to get more celebrities to tune in to our show.
Plus, we’re telling you why Instagram is banning certain selfie filters and try to guess what Snapchat’s dynamic ad example is actually supposed to be advertising.
By conversion time reporting now available for Google Ads campaigns
We’ve been asking for it and now it’s here! Greg tells us about the new conversion time columns that advertisers can now add to their reports.
Shep talks about new lead generating ad extensions that allow users to fill out forms without ever leaving the SERP.
New Facebook search results ad placement
Greg reports on the new ad placement that allows ads to appear in Facebook general or marketplace search results.
Mark Gustafson is behind this week’s take of the week, a spicy, controversial digital marketing take served up just for you.
— Mark Gustafson (@markpgus) October 22, 2019
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