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💰 It didn’t end well
To: Dough Readers

October 13, 2020

Morning Dough

Good Morning & Happy English Language Day.

There is no other better tribute to the English language than the British comedy ‘Mind Your Language’ from 1977.

Jeremy Brown, a language teacher, tries to make a living by teaching English to immigrants. With pupils from India, France, China, and many other countries, his lessons do not always go as planned.

It’s British comedy at its best and I just love it!

Mind Your Language Season 1 Episode 1
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A few things happening:

1) Google Indexing Bug Almost Fixed – New Update.

2) Google Ads intros automated Insights, Performance Max campaigns, to release Video Action out of beta.

3) This new Gmail update means it won’t drain your smartphone battery as much.

4) Customizable Amazon Sponsored Display ads go live globally.

5) Someone let a GPT-3 bot loose on Reddit — it didn’t end well.

6) Preview some of Amazon best deals for Prime Day 2020.

Have an awesome day!
Itay Paz

ONLINE MARKETING

After years of hard work, Chester graduated from medical school. He was 22-years-old and felt on top of the world. Free from homework and classes, he wanted nothing more than a vacation at the beach before starting a grueling program working long hours as a junior doctor in a hospital.

But soon after he arrived on the island of Siargao in the Philippines, Chester was involved in a major traffic accident.

Recovering from the accident, Chester found himself reevaluating the direction of his life. And ultimately, it inspired him to start a side project so successful that it opened up a whole new world of opportunities in a matter of weeks, a project that into an online store that made him $20,000 in three months.

Read more here.

Additional Link:

25 Best Small Business Website Examples To Inspire You, Oberlo

CONTENT MARKETING

Our expectations at the start of this year were probably very different from how things have turned out. We’ve been forced to change the way we work, shop, exercise, and interact with others. And, as a side effect, the way people consume news changed as well. But how long should we expect that side effect to last?

As the Coronavirus pandemic is here to stay for a long time, publishers are asking themselves should they stop writing about coronavirus, are they writing too little or too much about it and when should they stop writing about the Coronavirus.

Read more here.

WHAT ELSE IN THE OVEN

Trending on TikTok: You have to start romanticizing this blog, TikTok Blog

How to create Facebook video engagement custom audiences, Jon Loomer

How to get certified with Google Analytics, 60 Second Marketer

Ways to improve your LinkedIn marketing strategy, ADscholars

Snapchat launches six-second mobile video commercial ads, Business of Apps

Google will soon send critical security alerts inside first-party apps, Assistant guest mode coming, 9TO5Google

How to Get SMS Text Messages From Your WordPress Forms, wpbeginner

GOOGLE ADS

Source: Shopify

Since it launched as a paid channel in 2012, Shopping ads on Google have delighted both shoppers and advertisers alike. Shopping ads are some of the most clicked ads Google has to offer. For retailers, Shopping ads account for over 60% of their paid clicks. For our clients, Shopping Ads consistently delivers some of the highest return on ad spend of any paid channel.

Shopping ads on Google have steadily evolved and improved, too. It’s now smarter, easier to set up, and delivers broader reach.

Discover in detailed walkthrough of how to set up your products in Shopping Ads and how to take advantage of its technical advances.

Read more here.

EMAIL MARKETING

Confirmation emails aren’t exciting — but they are some of the most opened emails across the board.

Confirmation emails can have 3x higher clickthrough rates (CTR) than the average CTR for all sectors across the board. That means people are three times as likely to click on the links placed within a confirmation email.

What if you could create a confirmation email that drives engagement and that people actually want to read?

Read more here.

Itay Paz

Itay Paz
Founder & CEO
Morning Dough
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