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Marketing Strategies For Cleaning Companies During The Coronavirus Outbreak

As Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases worldwide continue to rise, businesses have been struggling to maintain their operations… except for commercial cleaners. 

Professional cleaning of all kinds of facilities, from healthcare to food production, has taken on new urgency. Concerns over the rapid spread of the virus have put cleanliness first in everyone’s mind, creating explosive demand for commercial cleaning services.

Check out this graph measuring interest in the search terms “commercial cleaning” and “office cleaning” on Google. A value of 100 is peak popularity. “Commercial cleaning” went from a 75% interest in the past 12 months to a 100% interest rate in the last month, with “office cleaning” increasing from 50% to 90%.

Marketing strategies for cleaning industry based on Google Trends

Source: Google Trends

Here’s another example of search results for these and related terms in the United States for the past 90 days:

Marketing strategies for cleaning companies based on Google Trends

Source: Google Trends

While demand is skyrocketing, Coronavirus also creates new challenges for marketers, who must switch from their traditional marketing channels and activities to approaches focused on online platforms that can help their businesses survive for the long haul. 

Here are some of the marketing strategies we’ve been implementing with our commercial cleaning clients to retain current customers and to ensure a steady flow of new customers during the Coronavirus outbreak:

1. Communication with your current and potential customers

Retention is critical at this time and is crucial as a cleaning company to keep your clients updated, to set expectations, and to let them know you’re still in business and ready to serve them.

It is crucial to maintain communication with existing clients, reminding them of the power of your products and services and take advantage of the opportunity that some customers will be interested in adding more days to their cleaning contracts. 

Communication with your current franchisees and employees is also essential since they could be afraid of losing their income. They are putting their health on the line to continue working, so they should feel a sense of support from the company and motivation to keep moving forward. 

2. Content is king 

During the Coronavirus pandemic, content marketing is one of the most effective ways to stay in touch with current and potential customers, promoting your products and services. 

Generate valuable information such as recommendations and cleaning protocols for businesses and individuals to avoid the spread of the virus and to keep their workplaces as clean as possible. 

Through content marketing, you have the opportunity to showcase the value of your company differentiating from others with the competitive value of your products and the awards and recognitions your business has received so far. 

Videos from your senior staff are a great way to gain the trust of your audience, as well as educational infographics and blog posts; all shared through social media or email newsletters. 

3. Optimize your Google My Business profile

Google My Business is a free and easy-to-use tool for companies to manage their online presence across Google. It is a simple way to make your business more discoverable, but most importantly, to stand out from the crowd.

Having a fully optimized listing in Google My Business is crucial for local SEO (search engine optimization) because it enables your listing to appear in local search results for queries specific to your products or services. 

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, many businesses have updated their profiles with their current business hours, clarifying closures, and limited service, as well as any other changes in their schedule due to ongoing restrictions.

Related: Six Ways To Optimize Google My Business For Local SEO

4. An opportunity with online advertising

Many PPC advertisers are pausing their campaigns amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Google Adwords is usually very competitive in the commercial cleaning industry, and the cost per click can generally be very high. However, that’s not the case right now. Costs have come down, fewer competitors are advertising on Google Ads, and there’s a high demand for keywords like “disinfectant,” “cleaning services,” and “office cleaning.”  

Get ahead of the game and use this opportunity to position yourself at the top of Google search results.

Related: Google Ads 101: Mastering The Basics

5. Video conferencing with your potential customers

If you’ve mostly done your business in person until now, you already know you’ve got to adapt… fast.

People across the United States are firing up video conferences to relocate meetings due to Coronavirus.

Commercial cleaners take notice; this is an excellent strategy for these challenging times. There are video conferencing options, with Zoom, Google Hangouts Meet, and Skype among the most popular. 

 

Conclusion

The Coronavirus has affected the economy worldwide, and of course, we hope it will end soon with the least possible further impact.

While many businesses are affected by the pandemic, there are opportunities for those providing services in renewed demand. In these challenging times, no opportunities should be overlooked. 

Despite the fact that many customers are canceling or putting their contracts on hold, we’ve never seen such high demand with the cleaning companies we are working with, not only for recurring services but for one-time services as well. 

Use these strategies to build your business, and if you’re looking for experts to help, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re ready to take on the challenge of building your commercial cleaning marketing strategy. 

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Welcome back to a new edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave! Today we’ll show you what’s new in LinkedIn, Snapchat, Google and… the Coronavirus. Read on to find out more! 

No Ads To Bad Medicine On Facebook

Facebook has begun offering unlimited free ad space to the World Health Organization to cultivate the spread of accurate, useful public health information about the ongoing coronavirus epidemic. Simultaneously, a blanket ban has been instituted on any ads including unsubstantiated information or commercial claims such as cures or treatments for the virus. 

Stay healthy on Facebook here: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/04/coronavirus-facebook-offers-free-ads-to-who-will-remove-flase-claims.html

It’s like Stories, But For Work

LinkedIn is rolling out its Stories lookalike feature, offering companies a new conversation format to showcase company events and share engagement content. Does LinkedIn’s community want the platform to look more like Instagram, encouraging more visual, less information-rich content? Does it matter? We’ll find out!

Get your pieces of flair here: https://www.theverge.com/2020/2/27/21156247/linkedin-testing-instagram-stories-feature-social-network-resumes-why

Swipe Up To Call Ads Arrive In Snapchat US

Snapchat expands its “Swipe Up” options with “Swipe Up to Call,” a feature already available in Middle East markets. Although voice calls are increasingly less popular, this feature will allow specific businesses to expand their prospect lists and conversions. 

Want to talk? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/snapchat-launches-swipe-up-to-call-ads-in-the-us/572567/

Google Updates Its Ads Mobile App

Google updates the Ads mobile app with new features. From now on, it will display account and campaign-level optimization scores and recommendations to improve it. You’ll also be able to create notifications that will let you know when your optimization score changes, which will allow you to always be up to date with recommendations and improvements.

Discover more new features here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-mobile-app-updated-with-new-features-and-dark-mode/353032/#close

That’s some of the biggest news in digital marketing this week! To keep up, don’t forget to follow us on our social networks and read our blog: Marketing Updates With Motion Ave!

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to a new issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. The social media giants put fake news in their crosshairs ahead of the 2020 U.S. Census and elections, and new features abound! 

IGTV Hopes You’ll Do More If You’re Paid

Instagram is finally proposing monetization of IGTV! To encourage creators to generate higher quality content, the Instagram Partner Program would allow them to earn ad money, with a model similar to Facebook Watch.

Get ready to monetize: https://techcrunch.com/2020/02/06/igtv-ads/

Facebook Has That Thing You Wanted

Want to know about price drops, back in stocks, and other ecommerce alerts? Facebook has launched One Time Notification API Messenger, allowing businesses to send a follow-up message to users who have requested to be notified. Merchants can set a variety of notifications- visitors opt in themselves. 

Learn more about this new API here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-one-time-notification-api-to-messenger-for-business/571725/

New Video Trimming Tool For Instagram

Instagram continues to up its game against video content rivals with a potential video trimming tool for Stories. The new feature would allow users to cut and edit videos directly on the platform, speeding up the process of editing and uploading videos to stories.  

Want all the details? Click here: https://marketingland.com/social-shorts-instagram-tests-new-stories-trimming-tool-whatsapp-hits-2b-users-pinterest-to-verify-merchants-276108

Twitter Fights Census Misinformation

In order to make it easier for users to find information from reliable and verified sources, Twitter is working on further measures to detect and eliminate misinformation related to the 2020 US Census. Twitter has promised collaboration with the U.S. Census Bureau to determine effective measures to reduce misleading information about the survey. Twitter also plans to activate its election integrity policy for this event.

Learn more about Twitter’s measures against misinformation here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitter-outlines-measures-to-detect-and-remove-misinformation-relating-to-t/572125/

Facebook Partners With Reuters For Fact Checking

As the US presidential elections approach, Reuters has formed an alliance with Facebook to verify the authenticity of photos, videos, news, headlines that are published on the platform. This does not mean that all published content will be directly checked; Reuters’ team will focus specifically on Facebook’s US audience.

The objective of this partnership is to offer Facebook Reuter’s understanding of key fact-checking principles. 

Get the truth here: 

https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-expands-fact-checking-efforts-in-new-partnership-with-reuters/572235/

And it’s the end of a week full of great (verified) news and new features. We hope to see you in another edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Today in Marketing Updates with Motion Ave, the call and form tracking platform CallRail brings us exciting integrations that will up your game. Meanwhile, Facebook and Snapchat make changes to their platforms. Discover it all here! 

Facebook Shuts Down Mobile Web Placements And In-stream Placements 

As of April 11, Facebook Audience Network will no longer receive ad requests for mobile web and in-stream placements, and no bid requests after this date will be accepted. Their decision is based on current partner demands that include the development of other formats across mobile apps.

Will this change affect you? Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/help/publisher/645132129564436

https://www.adweek.com/digital/facebook-audience-network-will-no-longer-offer-mobile-web-and-in-stream-placements/

CallRail Launches Analytics Integrations With Google

CallRail, a call tracking intelligence company, launched a new integration with Google My Business that will allow users to better analyze call insights on the platform. With this integration you’ll be able to know if a call was answered, and if it was generated from the desktop or mobile version. Now, call insights will no longer be a limitation at GMB!

Find out what other metrics you can analyze here: 

https://searchengineland.com/callrail-adds-call-analytics-integration-with-google-my-business-327889

CallRail is also introducing Google Ads Lead Forms Extension integration. Now marketers and users will be able to get real time data from the lead form extension, plus a better understanding of this information. Data from Google Ads will be available next to the call data and these can be stored indefinitely without difficulty. 

Want more details? Click here: https://martechseries.com/sales-marketing/programmatic-buying/callrails-first-market-google-ads-integration-allows-marketers-capture-analyze-leads-directly-serp/

Bitmoji Series on Snapchat

Snapchat has just launched a new interactive activity on its platform: Bitmoji TV. Due to the growing demand for short, TV-like content within the platform, the company decided to create this new feature that will allow users to watch their custom Bitmoji avatars in their own full-motion cartoon series. 

Discover the new adventures your Bitmoji will embark on here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/snapchats-bitmoji-tv-will-be-launched-this-weekend/571442/

That’s it for today! Eager to know more? Join us again for another edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to a new edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave! Google dominates the headlines this week, from new tech to phaseouts! Curious? Read on!  

Parallel Tracking Now Mandatory For Google Ads

As of March 31, all Google Ads using video must incorporate parallel tracking. This function prevents slowdowns for users by causing their browsers to handle data requests from click measurement providers in the background, while they can get straight to (and through) the ads. Parallel tracking is already mandatory for Search, Shopping, and Display campaigns.

Get the details here: https://ppc.land/parallel-tracking-for-video-campaigns-to-become-mandatory-in-google-ads/

Bid And Budget Simulators Come To Google Smart Bidding

Bid simulator support will now be available for one specific smart bidding strategy: Target ROAS (return on ad spend) bid strategy. This feature creates simulations using activity across the web from the past 7 days to test such adjustments as higher targets and budgets. While it’s not psychic, this kind of pattern analysis is an unprecedented insight to help marketers budget and price.

Change the future here: 

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-introduces-bid-simulator-support-for-smart-bidding/343323/

R.I.P. Chrome Apps: 2013-2022

Chrome apps are on death row- support ends for all desktop OSes by the end of this year, and Chrome OS gives the boot in 2022. While some of the community is undoubtedly displeased, this move doesn’t signal a wholesale elimination of independent and open-source development: Chrome Extensions aren’t going anywhere.

Get to know all about the phase out process here: https://blog.chromium.org/2020/01/moving-forward-from-chrome-apps.html

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3514529/google-will-wind-down-chrome-apps-starting-in-june.html

No, Seriously, No Cookies: We Mean It This Time

Chrome is going on a deeper diet than just cutting Apps- Google has announced plans to end support for third-party cookies within two years. Assuming they follow through, this represents major action on Google’s public sentiments of committing to greater privacy. If implemented as thoroughly as Google promises, this will be a cataclysmic change for digital marketers- one of the core sources of user data and activity metrics will go entirely dark.

Prepare for the analytics apocalypse here:   https://techcrunch.com/2020/01/14/google-wants-to-phase-out-support-for-third-party-cookies-in-chrome-within-two-years/

That’s it for Google week! Join us next time to find out what Google and the other big names will bring to the digital marketing world!

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Happy New Year 2020! We are back to bring you the most relevant marketing news of the week! And of course, facebook is still a big topic this year. Want to know why? Read on!

Facebook Confirms It Won’t Ban Political Ads

Facebook confirms that it will not limit the way political ads target its audience and voters. Many consider this a bad decision, as it still does not limit the lies and misinformation in those ads. The only solution the platform offers is to give users more control tools so they can manage the amount of ads they see. 

If you want to know if this solves anything click here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/facebook-to-keep-targeted-political-ads-but-will-give-users-more-control-11578567603

No More Messenger Without Facebook

Before December 2019 users could download the Messenger app, login and start talking to their friends without having an active Facebook account. However, this past December they quietly eliminated that possibility. 

Want to know why? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-removes-option-to-create-a-messenger-account-without-a-facebook-pr/569638/

Google Ads Says Bye To Message Extension 

This 2020 Google Ads has decided to remove the message extension option in Adwords. The feature will be removed on January 27th and users will not be able to modify it in new or current campaigns. 

Want to know more details? https://ppc.land/google-to-sunset-message-extensions-in-google-ads/

And that’s it for this week! Stay tuned for more Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

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It’s Google Week on Marketing Updates With Motion Ave! Today’s marketing news is dominated by Alphabet’s web giant! Check out all the news right here. 

Google Ads’ Optimization Score Will Include Display Campaigns

Google has expanded its optimization score feature to include one of the most common campaign types: display, which includes search, shopping, and display ads. As with existing categories, the score uses Google’s algorithm to analyze the features of your ads that it predicts will most improve results.

Want the full story? Click here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-optimization-score-now-includes-display-campaigns/338665/#close

Google Ads To Explain Itself

In this never-before-seen feature, a paid service will explain why it does anything it does to its advertiser customers. Google’s new “See Explanation” feature will help advertisers optimize ads more efficiently, providing specific measures for ad impressions, clicks, and cost. Accepting our ad money and telling us how those ads actually performed? You’re spoiling us rotten, Google!  

Get the explanation here: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-ads-explanations-beta-28643.html

And here:

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-to-explain-why-changes-in-performance-occurred/338911/

Chrome To Provide Support for Likes Addiction

In the time it took you to read this sentence, your likes count on one of your Instagram From FACEBOOK posts has probably changed. Back from checking? I bet it changed again. Just kidding! Want to prevent this nightmare scenario from ever happening again? Google Chrome’s new desktop extension displays the number of likes on posts that don’t show them. Bafflingly, advertisers and influencers in several test countries have exploded into fireballs of anxious rage when Instagram from FACEBOOK has hidden their like counts. We can all sleep better tonight.

Protect yourself and your family here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/heatherleighton/2019/12/10/this-chrome-extension-brings-instagram-posts-likes-back/#21ece31c146c

Canva Launches New Video Editing Feature

Canva will ring in the new year with new tools, including a video editing tool that, as always, requires no previous design experience! The company also launched its desktop version and an option focused on Education: Canva for Education.

Learn more here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/12/06/canva-introduces-video-editing-has-big-plans-for-2020/

That’s all for this year! We hope you have a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year full of new marketing news and ads improvements!

3 Fundamental Facebook Ads Strategies For eCommerce You Need To Know

This year, the total value of global retail eCommerce is expected to reach $3.45 trillion– and most online retailers are reaching  these sales heights with Facebook Ads. 

Facebook, a platform with 2.41 billion monthly active users, recently reported that they had 6 million advertisers on its platform in Q4 2019. 

If you’re not advertising on Facebook, you’re missing a great opportunity to create brand awareness and boost your sales. Last year, I wrote a blog post with 15 essential Facebook Ads strategies for eCommerce. Since the world’s largest social media platform is continually changing, I’ve decided to update this essential information with the 3 fundamental strategies for eCommerce you need to know to start taking advantage of this money-making machine. 

1. Install Conversion Tracking Pixel

Installing a conversion tracking pixel on your website is the very first thing you should do when you start advertising on Facebook. 

The Facebook pixel is a piece of code that you copy from Facebook and paste on your website. It tracks the behavior of visitors to your website: product page visits, add to cart, purchases, and more. This data allows you to optimize your campaigns, build better audiences, and retarget people that have interacted with your brand. 

To create your Facebook pixel, follow these steps:

  • Login in to your Business Manager account
  • Go to your Pixels tab in Events Manager 
  • Click “Create a Pixel”
  • Click “Create” in the box that appears to finish creating your pixel

Facebook Pixel

Next, add Pixel to your site: 

  • Go to your website’s code and find the header of your website
  • Copy the entire code that you created on Business Facebook and paste it in the header of your website. Paste the code at the bottom of the header section, just above the closing head tag.
  • Click “Send Test Traffic” after placing the code on your website to make sure Pixel working properly. If your status says “Active”, your base code has been installed correctly. This can take several minutes to update.

You can also send the instructions to your developer, or if you’re using a partner integration like Google Tag Manager, you can connect your account in Business Manager and follow the onscreen instructions to connect your Pixel to your website.

Related: 5 Reasons Why We Love The Facebook Pixel (And You Should, Too!)

2. Use Dynamic Ads

This is the highest ROI strategy to use on Facebook Ads for eCommerce. 

Instead of individually creating ads for each product, dynamic ads allow you to create an ad template that will use the information you upload to a product catalog with your product’s images and details. 

Your campaign will use the information tracked in your Facebook Pixel to show ads to people who have already expressed an interest in your business or a specific product. 

The best part? Even though you have a vast catalog of products, the ads will be personalized and relevant to your audience. 

Dynamic ads can not only be used to retarget people who have taken actions on your website, but you can also target broad audiences to reach people who haven’t heard from you yet. Facebook calls this “product recommendations.” These recommendations can include products already viewed by a person on your website, popular products on your catalog, and products that similar people to your audience interacted with. 

To set up your dynamic ads, follow these steps:

Step 1: Set up your Facebook Pixel and Conversion Events

  • After installing your Facebook pixel, you need to set up your conversions events, which are specific actions visitors take on your site. You must select the conversion events that best apply to you, for example:
    • Add ViewContent events to all product pages.
    • Add AddToCart events to either your shopping cart pages and/or buttons that allow people to add items to carts.
    • Add Purchase events to purchase or confirmation pages.
  • Then, select either product IDs or product group IDs on your events to match individual products viewed on a website separately, such as showing an ad for a product that comes in multiple colors in one specific color choice.
  • Associate your Facebook Pixel or events to your catalog to show products based on customer behavior.

Step 2: Build your catalog

  • In your Business Manager account, go to Catalog Manager to create your catalog, which is the inventory of products that you want to advertise on Facebook. Keep in mind that you need to keep your catalog up to date and make sure every product has a unique identifier.

Build Catalog

Step 3: Create products sets from your catalog

  • From your inventory, you need to create a group of items that will allow you to control your bids and the items that appear in your ads. The product sets can be organized by product category, price range, markdown, or promotional price or theme. 

Now that you’re ready with your dynamic ads, you can use multi-product ads, like carousels, to reach your audience with multiple products in a single ad.

Related: Getting The Most From Facebook Dynamic Ads

3. Run Retargeting Campaigns

Did you know that on average 72% of online shoppers abandon their carts without buying a product? And only 8% of them will come back. Shocking, right?

For these reasons, one of the most essential strategies for eCommerce on Facebook ads is to run retargeting campaigns. This strategy will help you to show your products to website visitors that view a product or added to cart but didn’t complete a purchase, and also helps you to cross-sell and upsell additional products. 

To create retargeting campaigns, yes, you guessed it, you’ll also need your Facebook Pixel. Thanks to the data it collects, you can create custom audiences with segments of people who already have a relationship or interacted with your business: website visitors, video views, consumers who engaged with your Facebook page or Instagram business profile, and much more.

To build these audiences, follow these steps:

  • Go to Audiences on Business Manager
  • Select Create Audience and then Custom Audience
  • Select the source of your audience
  • Follow the instructions based on the source

Retargeting Campaigns

To maximize the return of your retargeting campaigns, offer coupons and discounts. This way, you’ll entice your visitors to come back to your website and finish their purchases. 

Related: Getting Smart With Targeting On Facebook Ads, For Beginners

Conclusion:

These three strategies are fundamental to making the most of your eCommerce presence. Using them will increase the probability of visitors completing sales and taking more advantage of your ads, improving your ROI.

We hope you find these strategies helpful! Want a team of Facebook ads experts to take it from here? Drop us a line. We’d love to take the hard work off your hands, and help your eCommerce get on the right track! 

 

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A new edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave is here! Platform changes, new options, and political controversy top the headlines of the biggest social platforms. Read on to find out more! 

Twitter Could Allow Scheduling Tweet On Web App

Twitter has jumped on the bandwagon of integrating scheduling features directly on their social platform. Twitter could now let you schedule tweets. Until now it had only been possible to schedule tweets on Twitter through TweetDeck and other third-party services such as Hootsuite, Buffer or SproutSocial. However, in recent days Twitter launched a test in which some users will have the ability to schedule tweets directly in the compose window in the web app.

Are you one of the lucky ones? Find out here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/20/20974686/twitter-test-tweet-scheduling-main-web-app-tweetdeck-buffer

Facebook Launch Options To Better Control Ad Placement

In 2017 YouTube lost millions of dollars in revenue after brands removed their ads from the platform for fear that their ads would appear alongside hate speech content. To prevent this from happening on its platform, Facebook launched new features that will allow advertisers to have more control over where their ads appear across Facebook’s ad delivery networks.

Get to know the new ad options here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-new-options-for-brands-to-control-ad-placements/567748/

Google Also Limits Political Advertising

Google also joins the trend and limits in some way the reach of political ads. Unlike Twitter, Google will not ban political ads, but will limit their targeting capacity, in addition to taking action against “demonstrably false claims” that can influence a voter’s voting decision or generate mistrust in the electoral process. For now, political ad targeting will be limited to age and location.

Get to know more here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/11/20/google-limits-political-ad-targeting-and-all-demonstrably-false-claims/

Pinterest To Support Small Businesses This Holiday Season

Pinterest has launched a page exclusively populated with shoppable product pins from a curated list of small US businesses, mostly run by women. With this initiative Pinterest seeks to support this type of business that in their own words offer “something you won’t find at every other box store on the block.”

Organize your holiday gift list here: https://www.bizjournals.com/bizwomen/news/latest-news/2019/11/pinterest-highlightssmall-businesses-for-holiday.html

A new week ends with Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. We look forward to having you here next week to learn more about marketing news and the world of online advertisi

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to another issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. The features that were released this week could change the marketing game, so don’t miss out on any of these marketing news! 

Instagram Tests Hiding Likes In The US

In order for people to focus more on publishing truly quality content, Instagram decided to start testing a new idea: hiding likes from followers. Now users will start following accounts, not because of their popularity but because of their content. This new feature has already been tested in 7 countries and will finally arrive in the US.

Do you want to know if your likes will be hidden? Click on the link: https://edition.cnn.com/2019/11/11/tech/instagram-likes-going-away/index.html

Google Will Warn Users Of Slow Pages

As a way to encourage publishers to improve the speed of their websites, Google decided to use some small badges that will tell users if a page is slow or not before they decide to click on the link. With this, the company seeks to reward fast websites and provide valuable information for users of the platform.  

Know more here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-chrome-speed-badges/335261/?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=twitter-auto-publish

Twitter Will Let You Switch Accounts When Tweeting

It will now be possible to switch accounts directly on twitter when replying to tweets. This functionality was already available in TweetDeck, but now finally arrive to the main app. This will give users the opportunity to perform more actions on the app and manage their multiple accounts more easily. 

Want to know more? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitters-testing-a-new-option-which-would-enable-you-to-switch-accounts-in/566976/

Google Ads Editor Has Been Updated

In addition to power support app campaigns for engagement and Discovery campaigns, new features were added to the platform such as: shared negative keyword lists, searchable errors, which allows you to search for errors in your campaigns, maximize conversion value for search campaigns and more.

Get to know all the details here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-editor-gets-new-features-support-for-new-campaign-types/334501/

Facebook Expands On-Platform Payments

The Facebook Pay tool now arrives in the US. Facebook’s payment tool now arrives in the United States. This new on-platform payment alternative will offer users the opportunity to purchase products more easily on Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and Messenger. You’ll be able to add your preferred payment method only once (not every time you make a purchase), get customer support live, view your payment history and more. 

Know more about this launch here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-rolls-out-facebook-pay-to-the-us-expanding-on-platform-payments/567164/

That’s it for this week! We hope to see you soon with new Marketing Updates With Motion Ave!