Thank you for joining us for our newest edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave. The news this week emphasized some important changes that Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn have recently made to their respective platforms. Keep reading to learn how these changes could affect your advertising!
Facebook Eliminates its 20% Text Limit in Ad Images
In order to improve ad quality and make some of its ad policies less restrictive, Facebook has decided to remove its long-standing text rule. It appears that since early September, advertisers are no longer limited to a 20% text limit on ad images. Now, Facebook will only provide tips and suggestions on maintaining an approximate 20% text level as a best practice.
Discover more about Facebook’s policy change here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/facebook-removes-the-20-text-limit-on-ad-images/381844/
Google Meet Limits its Meetings to 60 Minutes
After initially offering its users meetings without time constraints, Google reversed its decision and set time limits on its video chat service. As of September 30th, users will only have 60 free minutes of meeting time on Google Meets.
Do you want to know more? Read the entire article below: https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/26/21457293/google-meet-limit-meeting-free-plans-september-zoom
Facebook Launches a New All-in-One Management Tool
Facebook just launched Business Suite, a management platform created for small businesses, making it easier for them to administer both their Facebook and Instagram presence from a single platform. On the new Business Suite platform, owners will be able to schedule posts for both Facebook and Instagram, view metrics, and evaluate results.
Interested in learning more? Click here for additional information: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-launches-facebook-business-suite-an-all-in-one-management-tool/585445/
LinkedIn Stories Are Now Available to All Users
In addition to its new, more modern look, the professional social networking platform has now launched its stories function worldwide. LinkedIn conducted trials in four selected nations over the past five months. Now, all of the platform’s users around the world will be able to access this new feature, allowing you to show another side of your professional life to your online community!
There were some major changes discussed in the news this week! How do these changes impact your business? Hopefully we have provided you with some new and relevant information! We’ll take a little break and are excited to see you in our next edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave, your source for all types of marketing news!