Twitter has extended “mute” to keywords, phrases and even the conversation. The announcement was made in an official blogpost.

“The amount of abuse, bullying, and harassment we’ve seen across the Internet has risen sharply over the past few years. These behaviors inhibit people from participating on Twitter, or anywhere. Abusive conduct removes the chance to see and share all perspectives around an issue, which we believe is critical to moving us all forward. In the worst cases, this type of conduct threatens human dignity, which we should all stand together to protect.”

Google have added a new filter to Search Analytics report for AMP article rich results & normal search results shown as AMP.
“To make it easier to differentiate between how your AMPs are being shown, you can now filter between AMP article rich results & normal search results shown as AMP.”

The filter can be seen under the Search Appearance tab. Google shared the update on Google+.

Facebook has added a new targeting option “everyone who engaged with your page” to custom audiences. Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand shared some screenshots with SocialTimes. He noticed that advertisers are able to create audiences of users who got engaged with the pages in multiple ways upto 365 days prior.

Image 1 Facebook Gets New Targeting Option Everyone who engaged with your page To Custom Audiences

It seems there was a Google search update that took place on 10th Nov. Word was abuzz in WebmasterWorld about the algorithmic changes but no concrete information was there.

Mozcast, Algoroo, and Accuranker saw the changes. Mozcast has shared the data that shows an increase in the SERP activity on November 10th.

Image 11 Seems Like A Google Update on 10th November!

Google tweeted about the new look of AdWord’s price extensions. Price extensions were introduced in July this year and appear with mobile text ads showing services and range of products, and how much they cost.

Price extensions will now appear as swipeable cards:

Google Gives A New Look To AdWords Price Extensions Google Gives A New Look To AdWords Price Extensions!

These will now be available in ten additional languages which include Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portugese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.

Here we come again with our list of this week's best articles on digital marketing that we found across the Internet. These have been categorized into content marketing, social media, search engine optimization, email marketing and link building. Take a look at them and we are sure you will love going through them.

top ten digital marketing articles Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 11th November, 2016!

How To Reuse Old Content Improve Your SEO Weekly Infographic: How To Reuse Old Content To Improve Your SEO

Creating new content has its advantages but it’s a huge investment of time and may be money. It’s better to reuse, repurpose, recycle the old content is the ideal way to increase your ROI, and improving the existing content. This infographic by Smartpassiveincome shares how to reuse, recycle and repurpose the old content to improve your SEO efforts.

Google has shared its best practices to make Progressive Web Apps(PWAs) indexable and linkable. “Every recommendation presented in this article is an existing best practice for indexability — regardless of whether you're building a Progressive Web App or a simple static website. Nonetheless, we have collated these best practices to provide a checklist to guide you”

Here are the best practices Google has suggested:

The announcement. was made about Google’s plans to graduate Google Mapmaker to Google Maps, enhancing the user experience worldwide.

Facebook Rolls Out Ads in Messenger

Nov 9, 2016 | 1,088 views | by Ritu Sharma

Facebook has officially announced Messenger ads for marketers. In an official blogpost, Facebook said, “Today, we're announcing new features and improvements to the Messenger Platform that developers have been asking for. Designed to provide visibility into optimal entry points, enhance existing conversations, and enable you to build better overall experiences, Messenger Platform v1.3 will give you more opportunities to effectively reach and engage over 1 billion people who use Messenger every month.”