This week’s roundup of interesting digital marketing trends and industry news includes the addition of business descriptions to Google My Business, Reddit’s new mobile update, and a look at 10,000 Google Home voice search results. See What We’re Reading below!
How automotive brands can use digital to pass the loyalty test. It’s more crucial than ever that automakers and dealers retain their existing customers. Click on the photo above to learn more from Think With Google.
AdWords Attribution: Give Your Clicks Some Credit! The new attribution model for AdWords was the talk of the town when it was first announced in 2016. To learn more from Search Engine Journal, click on the photo above.
Google brings AMP to email: What does this mean for email marketing? As a method for communicating with consumers it’s stronger and more effective than ever. Click on the image above to read more from Search Engine Watch.
Google adding business descriptions in Google My Business & local panel. Business owners will likely soon have the option to write and edit descriptions that show up in Google’s local knowledge panel. For more from Search Engine Land, click above.
We Analyzed 10,000 Google Home Results. Here’s What We Learned About Voice Search SEO. To read more info from Backlinko, click on the above photo.
Reddit Launches New Promoted Posts for Mobile. Now users will be able take advantage of another feature similar to Facebook, by promoting their posts to all mobile users natively in their timeline. Click on the image above to learn more from Search Engine Journal.