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Google May Be Falling Behind Amazon and Facebook in Online Ad Race- The bad news from PYMNTS website is that “traffic volumes for Google properties are not growing at a rate to cover the decreases in advertising prices.”

  • Google share in 2019 is DOWN to 37.2%, from 38.2% in 2018.
  • Facebook, in second place, has a 22.1% share, UP from 21.8% last year.
  • Amazon, in third place, has jumped to an 8.8% share, compared with only 6.8% in 2018.

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Testing Facebook Ads for Optimal Results- Not an article (although there is a transcription), this info is presented in a Social Media Examiner podcast. The guest, whose brain is picked for tips and tricks is noted influencer Andrea Vahl. She discusses testing, budgeting, analyzing, and ๐Ÿ‘ more


Romanian Witches Make Magical Use of Social Media- Everybody else uses social platforms to conduct digital business. Why not witches? Seems the younger practitioners of the Craft have shown the signs of growth potential to the elders in Romania. Many of the countryโ€™s estimated 4,000 witches are now getting customers from Europe, Asia and the United States. ๐Ÿ‘ More


Scheduling Email in Gmail- Ever want to control the time an email arrives? A marketing message, perhaps? You can do it in Gmail with a new feature being rolled out. ๐Ÿ‘ More


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