• Microsoft Testing YouTube Creators 'Follow' Feature In Latest Browser
    Microsoft began testing deeper integration with YouTube in its latest version of its Edge browser, Canary. The feature lets users follow their favorite content creators on YouTube. The test is only available to a limited number of people testing Edge Canary.
  • The Irony Of Wyoming's Cryptocurrency Strategy
    Many small businesses in Wyoming don't have a website or use search advertising to market or advertise. It's ironic that Sen. Cynthia Lummis is working on a technology bill that would help establish a framework for digital assets in the state.
  • How Do Search Marketers Reach Dozens Of People Influencing One Tech Purchase?
    Forty-five percent of all IT purchases in 2022 will be made from a new vendor. How do marketers reach this segment looking for new companies to work with?
  • Brands, Here's What Keeps Customers Loyal
    Consumers are growing tired of the focus on brand values, a new study finds. Fifty-six percent of shoppers are still likely to buy from brands that don't represent their beliefs, Clarus Commerce finds.
  • Neeva's Road To A Paid Search Engine Service
    Sridhar Ramaswamy, who ran Google's ad business until 2018, created a freemium version of Neeva in an effort to get more people to use the ad-free service. Now he's ready to change those who are hooked.
  • Mozilla Partners With The MarkUp To Research Facebook's Data-Tracking Practices For Non-Users
    Mozilla's data-sharing platform Rally and nonprofit newsroom The MarkUp are partnering to investigate how Facebook tracks people even when they're not using any of the platforms owned by Meta, its parent company.
  • T-Mobile Acquires Rideshare Ad Network Octopus Interactive
    T-Mobile is expanding its ad and analytics group with the acquisition of Octopus Interactive, which operates interactive video screens in rideshare vehicles like Uber and Lyft, according to the announcement.
  • Google Ads, Fossil Fuel Brands Among Biggest Spenders In U.K.
    One in five ads served on Google search results for 78 climate-related terms were placed by firms with strong interest in fossil fuels, a study finds.
  • Google And Facebook Fined Millions In France For Privacy Violation
    Google and Facebook, along with YouTube, were fined for breaching French law, following investigations of how they present tracking choices to users. "Rejecting cookies should be as easy as accepting them," Karin Kiefer, head of data protection and sanctions for France's data protection watchdog, CNIL, told Reuters.
  • Brave Search Engine Reaches 2.3B Annualized Queries
    Brave has made major updates that drive growth of its services, including the launch of Brave Search and video-conferencing platform Brave Talk, and has strengthened its ties to crypto.
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