Google announced a revamp of the Google My Business app to help businesses create and manage their local listings in Google Maps. The new features in the app include a review management section, insight analytics, profile management, Google Posts management, real time messaging and notification.
Content discovery platform StumbleUpon is shutting down on June 30th, after 16 years in operation. Launched in 2002, before the days of Facebook and Twitter, StumbleUpon was how many web users ‘stumbled’ on new content they weren’t directly searching for.
If you’re a freelance web designer or developer, or you run an agency, there’s a good chance that a lot of your business will be redesigning existing websites. Most potential clients out there already have a website, but many are old, possibly designed and coded on the cheap, and need a revamp.
Google released an update to the Google My Business API, the method developers can use to obtain data from Google My Business. The new version is numbered 4.3 and brings the addition of Q&A APIs so you can retrieve questions, post answers, and provide FAQs.
In celebration of April Fools Google has released a limited-time feature in Google Maps which will be available for the next week. Waldo of “Where’s Waldo” fame can now be found in Google Maps. Just open the Google Maps app and you’ll see Waldo waving at you from the side of the screen.
The latest upgrade to Google Shopping campaigns was announced earlier this month, goal-optimized Shopping campaigns. This new campaign type will optimize your ads across networks for whatever you have defined as your conversion value using automation and machine learning.