[WATCH] Marketing Land Live #13: Banned PPC ads, Facebook’s trending controversy & more
In our latest show, we talk about why Google and Bing banned different types of ads, the impact of Facebook's Trending Topics controversy and more.
It was a unique week in the PPC space, as both Google and Bing banned different types of ads/advertisers from their platforms. Facebook spent the week playing firefighter against the flames of accusations that its Trending Topics are biased. And Amazon opened its video platform to folks like you and me who want to upload and make money from video publishing.
Those were the main topics that we cover in the latest episode of our weekly video show, Marketing Land Live.
Barry Levine, Ginny Marvin and Tamar Weinberg joined me for this episode, which runs about 49 minutes. You can watch the replay below. Be sure to scroll below the video for this week’s Show Notes, with links to the stories we talked about.
We record new episodes of Marketing Land Live every Friday at 12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT on Blab, so we hope you’ll make plans to join us live in the future.
Google bans ads for payday and high-interest loans
Bing Ads bans ads from third-party tech support services
Google’s ban on payday loans estimated to cost millions in lost ad revenue
Here’s what Amazon wants to accomplish with its new Video Direct service
Facebook responds to allegations that Trending Topics are rigged
Senate launches inquiry into allegations of slanted Facebook Trending Topics
Mark Zuckerberg responds to Facebook Trending Topics allegations
(Gizmodo) Former Facebook Workers: We Routinely Suppressed Conservative News
(The Guardian) Facebook news selection is in hands of editors not algorithms, documents show
Google Search Console metrics now deeply integrated into Google Analytics
Pinterest to become an affiliate’s best friend again
Instagram strips down its logo, apps because they weren’t simple enough already
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