Weekly News Roundup

Facebook explains its decreased organic reach

 Facebook has received a backlash of complaints on their recent decrease in organic search. According to the article, there was an “internal tweak” that caused much anger for brands because now they have to pay to reach their audience.  Originally telling their agencies that getting enough likes was sufficient enough to generate an audience, but now that organic reach has decreased, brands have to pay to reach their audience. This will cause Facebook’s ad revenue to increase, but decrease brands trust in them. Facebook has been working to improve their communication for future changes.

Google Penalizing Brands When Smartphone Clicks Don’t Deliver The Goods

There has been a recurring problem with searches on mobile devices.  Smartphone users have been getting directed to a company’s mobile site rather than the webpage they were actually looking for.  Google is urging brands to fix this problem so that it is easier for users to get the information they are looking for.  The problem that comes along with fixing this issue is that it requires a good deal of money and time for the companies to expend.

Customers First, Company Needs Next, Individual Agendas Last

There has been a recent trend in companies to put their needs in front of their members.  Many companies make decisions that are best for the company, but not the members.  The author explains that this habit must be discontinued.  Companies must stop worrying about what technology is the best, but worry about what will make the members happy.

Search Apps Stealing Mobile Search Ad Revenues from Google   

 In the realm of paid search, it is no doubt that Google tops the chart. However, the article explains recent trends with users on mobile apps, pushing Google behind first place. These mobile apps use alternate sources of revenue generated outside of Google ads.  According to the article, 85.9 percent of digital ad search projected for 2018 is through mobile advertising alone. Sure, Google will lose the top spot in the mobile advertising world, but that’s not to say they won’t be too close behind.

Six Social Media Marketing Trends That Will Stay On

Social media has made the world of marketing into a much larger platform of attention. Marketing is now all about satisfying the customers individual needs. No longer are brands targeting just an audience, but also, individuals within that audience. According to the article, there are six trends in social media that are bound to continue to hold a large promotion for marketers in their business. These six are content, social listening, Google+, visual social media, paid social advertising, and smartphones.

All Facebook mobile app ads will include Page links and social context from August 6

Starting August 6th, mobile devices will begin to include Facebook links. This is particularly targeting mobile app ads in order to have the same appeal those ads would have when accessing Facebook through a desktop. This change shows just how important mobile ads on Facebook are becoming.. According to the article, most of Facebook’s social revenue network comes from mobile, and this new version will only reach more users and continue to grow their total advertising income.

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