This week’s roundup of interesting digital marketing trends and industry news includes how Facebook will change from its recent scandal, Bing’s intelligent search, and FCA US LLC dealership awards. See What We’re Reading below!
FCA US recognizes 468 dealerships for top sales and service experience. The winning group of dealerships achieved the highest level of customer experience recognition in the program’s five core areas. Click the above photo to learn more from Auto Remarketing.
Google Lets Businesses Post Offers to Organic Search Results. Google has been spotted testing a new feature which allows Google My Business pages to publish offers directly to search results. For more from Search Engine Journal, click above.
Hyperlocal SEO: How to Optimize for Micro-Moments. As rapid as changes have occurred in Google’s algorithms in recent years, the biggest changes to SEO have been user intent. Click above to read more from Search Engine Journal.
How Will Facebook Change in the Wake of the Cambridge Analytica Issue? After one of the company’s toughest weeks on record, Facebook has now been left with a significant mess to clean up. To read more from Social Media Today, click on the image above.
To make every conversion count, count every conversion. Measuring conversions is critically important in digital marketing. Click on the photo to learn more about conversions from Search Engine Land.
Bing ‘intelligent search’ capabilities continue to expand, include facts from multiple sources. Bing also shares more about the platform it built to power intelligent search. For more from Search Engine Land, click on the image above.