Facebook launches Bounty Program to reward people for report of data abuse by app developers

Facebook announced the launch of Data Abuse Bounty program yesterday. The program offers a monetary reward to the people who report any kind of data abuse by app developers. The amount

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PPC

Five Effective Ways To Increase CTR of Your PPC Ads

CTR is an integral part of PPC marketing. When your CTR is higher, your ads will achieve high-quality scores. Owing to a higher score, the CPC will be less while

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AdWords Launches Ad Unit for In-Store Products

Google is going to introduce local display ads for spotlighting in-store products and sales. Different from other Google ads, which highlight services and products that can be ordered online, local

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Google

Google Search Turns to Country-Specific by Default

Google search across mobile web, mobile apps, desktop and Maps will no more use country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) to signify where a user is searching from. Earlier, Google used

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Pinterest

Pinterest Opens Search Ads for All Businesses

Businesses of all sizes and scale will now be able to run self-service search ads on Pinterest, which you can have access to the Pinterest Ads Manager. Pinterest has introduced

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Google

Google Upgrades Call-Only Ads with Ad Extensions

With millions of advertisers now using call-only ads, Google has finally decided to upgrade them with a feature that’s available with other ad types. Ad extensions, additional lines of the

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Bing Ads’ URL Tracking Updated with New Parameters

Bing Ads is going to introduce three new URL tracking parameters, which will assist advertisers in knowing and learning about the source of ad clicks. Tracking parameters can be added

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Google Doubles AdWords Budgets, Advertisers Unhappy

The giant search engine, Google has made an important change to the way AdWords budgets can be used, and the advertisers aren’t happy at all. Campaigns will now be able

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Twitter’s 280-Character Limit Tests : What You Need to Know

Twitter is going to test a 280-character limit, suggesting that letting people say more will make them tweet more. Twitter is just doubling its signature 140-character limit to 280, a

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Google

Ahead of the Mobile-First Index Launch, Google Has Some Advice

We all have the idea that Google is going to launch its mobile-first index anytime soon, probably in the next few months or so. To prepare, Google seems to encourage

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