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To: Dough Readers

October 23, 2020

Morning Dough

Good Morning & Happy TV Talk Show Host.

With the COVID-19, many TV Talk Shows are now happening remotely. This concept was first introduced in

Way before its time, the successful Seinfeld comedy, introduced the concept of making a TV Talk Show from home: Kramer rebuilds the set of “The Merv Griffin Show” in his apartment, hosting his friends (so funny).

Who knew that 23 years later, making a TV Talk Show from home, will become the new standard.

A few things happening:

1) Google’s native add-ons for Gmail mean you can access apps without ever leaving your email.

2) Google removes two Chrome ad blockers caught collecting user data.

3) WhatsApp Web preps support for desktop voice and video calls.

4) LinkedIn launches Stories on mobile app.

5) PayPal to allow customers to buy and sell cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and others.

6) Seven mobile browsers vulnerable to address bar spoofing attacks.

7) Learn how to launch your first TikTok affiliate advertising campaign.

Have an awesome weekend!
Itay Paz


Google announced a new Chrome 86 feature that included the news that Google’s “automated web crawling service” can subscribe to push notifications. The reason for doing that is to identify abusive push notifications for the purpose of blocking them in Chrome.

Is Googlebot Subscribing to Push Notifications?

Read more here.


Email popups are incredibly useful assets on their own but when you combine them with ‘Yes or No’ optins, they can really pack a punch!

‘Yes or No’ email popups have been known to grow your email list and boost conversions, and there are many creative ways you can use them.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve just started a blog or if you’re a seasoned blogger. If you’re not using Yes/No optins in your email popups, you’re missing out on an easy opportunity to generate email leads.

Discover how to set up Yes/No email popups and share some creative ways you can use them to grow your email list.

Read more here.


Source: Customer Thermometer

Emojis, emoticons, icons and star and smiley ratings are all around us but how much do we really know about attitudes to their use in business?

Customer Thermometer wanted to find out! So, they commissioned independent research; asking 1000 US citizens how and when they use emoji, especially in business. They got real insight into in the way they communicate with colleagues and interact with and feed back to brands.

Customer Thermometer put it all together in a full report on our findings, with some background on emoji and how they’ve become part of our everyday lives.

Read more here.

Download PDF report here.


From an SEO perspective, which one is better, single page vs. multi-page design? For instance, within a product page, shall the spec, support be separated to different tabs with distinct URLs under product page or shall they be combined to one page?

Before choosing your website’s product page URL structure, you need to consider the key factors for the best ecommerce SEO results.

Read more here.

Itay Paz

Itay Paz
Founder & CEO
Morning Dough
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