Digital Marketing Weekly Roundup #160

Hello dear readers! Thanks for tuning in to another weekly roundup!

It’s Valentine’s Week and love is in the air! We are gathered here today to celebrate the lawfully wedded union of WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook messenger.

That’s right, Zuckerberg is officiating and hoping to have it solidified by the end of the year… seems like an excessively long reception, but who doesn’t love a good wedding!

This week’s roundup has tons of Google updates, keep reading!👇

 

 

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MUST READS

2 MIN |  GOOGLE Google Image Search Adds Recently Viewed Section | Search Engine Roundtable

If you, like me, sometimes find yourself on the third page of a Google image search, then lose your place, we have an update for you! Now you will be able to see recently searched images when you start a new search.

4 MIN | GOOGLE Google Local “Get in Line” Button | Search Engine Roundtable

We all hate waiting in lines, so Google is alleviating some stress there by adding a “get in line” button for local restaurants. The button will tell you how long the wait is, and add yourself to a wait list.

5 MIN | GOOGLE Is Google Maps What Augmented Reality Has Been Waiting For? | Search Engine Land

After the revolutionary summer of 2016 where I spent 90% of my time on Pokemon go, pulling over (safely) to the side of the road to pick up a Pikachu I had run into, I have been wondering the same thing! Is there a way to build augmented reality into Google Maps?

The answer is yes! Google is actively testing augmented walking directions!

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How to “Marie Kondo” your digital marketing strategy

Marie Kondo is best known for her revolutionary organization strategy which prioritizes what “brings you joy” and letting go of what does not. How does this apply to marketing, you ask? Well, it’s all about trimming the fat on your life, something you can do to improve your marketing strategy, too! Basically, look at all your tactics, decide what to keep, and what to let go of, and voila! You’ve improved your marketing and improved your life.

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