Good Coffee to you all,
Today’s observances follow:
- National Brownie Day in USA,
- Day of Finnish music in Finland
Enjoy your brownies and sing along, Digital Marketing News follow;
How to Create and Use Facebook Polls
Facebook Polls can help you unravel the problems of your audience, what you should create next, and their true sentiments about your brand. While it can help you make more strategic business decisions, Facebook Polls can do other wonderful things for your online presence – NeilPatel
Stadia is a cloud gaming service developed and operated by Google. It is advertised to be capable of streaming video games up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second.
Google Stadia is now available in eight more European countries
Google has switched on Stadia in eight more European countries. Residents of Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland will be able to start using the game-streaming service over the next day or so as Google rolls out access. – Engadget
Twitter Ads introduces Frequency caps
Frequency caps on Twitter allow you to optimize ad delivery to maximize reach against your target audience at the optimal exposure level. Whether its brand lift or offline sales impact, Frequency caps can help you optimize your campaigns to deliver efficient business outcomes through better control over impression delivery and target audience reach over extended periods of time. – Twitter
Facebook buys Kustomer
Facebook acquires Kustomer, a CRM start-up
Facebook has reached an agreement to acquire Kustomer, a top-rated CRM that enables businesses to effectively manage all customer interactions across channels. Our goal with Kustomer is simple: to give businesses access to best-in-class tools that deliver excellent service and support. – Facebook
Daniel Waisberg talks about how to use Search Console for nonprofit organizations. With Search Console you can better understand how you’re performing in Google Search and see what you can do to improve your apprentice and drive traffic to your website.