In early August, the Wall Street Journal has published this news that Google is developing a technology that will allow publishers to create visual-oriented media content. This initiative is an attempt to compete with the features of Snapchat’s “Discover”. This new product known as ‘Google Stamp’ will provide an array of opportunities for publishers and advertisers.
The popular Timeline feature of Google Maps is now available for iOS users around the world. Continue reading
With Playoffs season in full swing, Google has decided to feature ‘Google Posts’ on NHL, MLB, and NBA teams across the US and Canada directly in the knowledge panel. Continue reading
Relaunching a website is never easy. You have to take into account a lot of things like – keywords, content, customer experience and even the technical challenges that might arise during integrating plugins and web platforms. Continue reading
Whatsapp is rolling updates one after the other! Be it formatting text, emoticons or layout, every aspect of the app has been revamped. Continue reading
Facebook and Google had a tough time when the fake news issue boomed during the US presidential elections. The unverified news shared on the site got a higher reach and misled several voters. Continue reading
Snapchat’s features never fail to enthrall users and that’s probably why this instant messaging app has surpassed several major messaging players in the market. Continue reading
A recent article which appeared in The Wall Street Journal reported that some publishers are not happy with Google’s AMP pages as they are not fetching them much advertising revenue. Continue reading
It is a well-known fact that Google has been shifting its focus to mobile. From penalizing websites for poor mobile search experience to launching Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), Google’s message couldn’t be clearer.