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To: Dough Readers

June 16, 2020

Morning Dough

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Happy Tuesday and Happy National Fudge Day. Happy to share that everyday over 200 new subscribers are joining the Morning Dough. We’re honored to be serving you and thank you for helping us!

In today’s edition:

Morning Dough Top 30 Interactive Trends in June 2020
Morning Dough Google To Prohibit Demographic, Zip Code Targeting For Housing, Employment, Credit Ads
Morning Dough Facebook Advertising – Cracking The Code
Morning Dough Instagram Stickers: The Underrated Feature That Can Take Your Stories Further

and more…

Keep Safe & Healthy!
— Itay Paz

NEED TO KNOW
Top 30 Interactive Trends in June 2020

Source: Trend Hunter 

Check out the top 30 interactive trends in June 2020 by Trend Hunter: from Beer for Filing Your Taxes, Virtual Bar Events to Virtual Dining Initiatives… and more.

NEED TO KNOW
Google To Prohibit Demographic, Zip Code Targeting For Housing, Employment, Credit Ads

Source: Google Blog

Google is updating its advertising policies around housing, employment and credit opportunities, the company announced Thursday (The update will roll out in the U.S. and Canada this year).

Read more on Search Engine Land here.

Read the Official Google Blog Post by Scott Spencer Vice President of Product Management, Ads Privacy and Safety here.

GET SMARTER IN FACEBOOK
Facebook Advertising – Cracking The Code

Double your remarketing conversion rates, turn Facebook into your PR machine, make your company look way bigger than it is, get your way effortlessly in that customer service problem, get the job you want, or drive awareness of a new product.

No PowerPoint. You’ll be going behind the scenes, logging into several campaigns to show you how we do it– to create campaigns live.

Dennis Yu, CEO of BlitzMetrics, shares examples of applying these techniques and the strategy behind them at the last DMIEXPO live event.

Its insightful, knowledgeable & fun.

Watch the complete 2 Parts session here.

COOL FREE TOOL
SimilarWeb For General Website Analysis

SimilarWeb is a great tool that takes gives you a website analysis with the basic SEO information.

You can use the website or download the browser add-on that allows you to see the information as you brows the websites.

Get SimilarWeb for free:

Chrome Add-On

Firefox Add-On

Opera Add-On

Edge Add-On

QUICK FROM THE NEWS
Amazon Reportedly Facing New Probes In California, Washington

Source: flickr

State officials in California and Washington are reportedly looking into Amazon’s handling of third-party sellers on a platform where the company also sells its own, competing products. Amazon faced similar scrutiny in 2019 from the European Union.

The Times report notes that California officials want to know if and how Amazon uses seller data to inform its own private label moves. The Washington investigation is also interested in finding out if Amazon makes it harder for sellers to peddle their products on other platforms.

Read more here.

MARKETING GLOSSARY YOU SHOULD KNOW

What Is Cloaking
Cloaking is the process of showing a user one webpage content and an automated machine a different hidden a webpage content. This is a negative practice since it’s against the guidelines of search engines and advertising platforms.

QUICK FROM THE NEWS
Instagram Stickers: The Underrated Feature That Can Take Your Stories Further

When Instagram Stories first launched in 2016, it introduced new opportunities for brands and users alike to be more authentic and creative on the platform.

Now this fleeting media format with a 24-hour lifespan has become a pillar in most Instagram marketing strategies, complementing the posts you publish permanently to your feed.

Read more on Shopify Blog here.

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QUICK & USEFUL

Facebook Search Results Now Include Wikipedia Knowledge Panels (SEJ)

Case Study: Mobile App Promotion on Google Play (Zorbas Media)

Entrepreneurs are At Greater Risk Of Mental Disorders: Science Confirms (Feedough)

The rise of TikTok and understanding its parent company, ByteDance (Pando)

How To Create and Send Your First Email Campaign in 15 Minutes or Less (JohnChow.com)

BRAIN TEASER
Morning Dough - The Fastest Internet Speed Ever Recorded

What Is The Fastest Internet Speed Ever Recorded?

A. 14.9 Terabits per second
B. 34.2 Terabits per second
C. 44.2 Terabits per second
D. 67.3 Terabits per second

See the answer at the end of the dough newsletter.

SPONSORED
eTail Virtual Event Coming Up On June 22-23, 2020

The eTail Virtual Event is an online free-to-attend summit, bringing together tops mind in ecommerce and omnichannel providing the latest insights with the convenience of an on-demand digital event. Online retailers are faced with unprecedented challenges in response to COVID-19, but rapidly adapting and innovating in this new retail reality is critical.

The eTail Virtual Summit is designed to offer invaluable insights on the challenges, trends and strategies that will revolutionize ecommerce and omnichannel in both the short and long-term. As more retailers shift to a digital-first model, we are excited to showcase opportunities that are arising due to the crisis, lessons learned and how best to pivot and move forward as an industry.

Featuring easily accessible presentations, group panels, interviews and Q&A, all available digitally and on-demand, gain practical insights to implement now at the eTail Virtual Summit, without having to leave your desk.

Join Etail Virtual Event For Free Here

BRAIN TEASER – THE ANSWER!

What Is The Fastest Internet Speed Ever Recorded?

A. 14.9 Terabits per second
B. 34.2 Terabits per second
C. 44.2 Terabits per second
D. 67.3 Terabits per second

The correct answer C.

Researchers in Australia have achieved a world record internet speed of 44.2 terabits per second, allowing users to download 1,000 HD movies in a single second.

Source: Independent

Written by Itay Paz

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