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 | 1,208 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.”

In a question answered on Twitter, Google’s Gary Ilyes said, it’s ok to add tabbed content in mobile-first world and it will be given full-weight contrary to desktop content.

Screenshot from 2016 11 09 12 25 34 Is it Ok To Put Content Behind Tabs? Google Says “Yes”

Google Begins Mobile-First Indexing!

Nov 9, 2016 | 1,357 views | by Ritu Sharma

Google has started experimenting to make index-mobile first. The search index will remain a single index of websites and apps, Google’s algorithms will primarily use the mobile version of the website content to rank website pages, to understand structured data, and to show snippets from those pages in search results. This will happen eventually.

Accelerated Mobile Pages2 Weekly Infographic: Accelerated Mobile Pages(AMP): One Year On!

AMPs have benefited users primarily but it’s implications are far reaching for marketers, publishers and ecommerce. Though it’s not a ranking factor yet but only time will tell what’s there in future. To celebrate first anniversary of Accelerated Mobile Pages, AMP Project has shared an infographic about the stats.

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 articles6 Top 10 Digital Marketing Articles of this Week: 4th November, 2016!

The Accelerated Mobile Pages now support forms in AMP HTML. In a blog post Google said, “We’ve just launched support for forms in AMP HTML. With the “amp-form” extension, the <form> element and its related elements like <input> can be used to build forms within AMP documents. This enables building experiences ranging from a product color picker on an e-commerce detail page to an email field to capture newsletter signups to an interactive poll to engage readers within an article.”

Twitter has added quick replies and welcome messages to Direct Messages..This will help businesses speed up their customer service. Customer Service Product Manager, Ian Cairns said, "We're excited to announce two new features to create better conversational experiences between businesses and people on Twitter. Quick replies and welcome messages in Direct Messages make it easier for businesses to guide people to better outcomes through a combination of simple automation and human service.

It was announced in a post on Facebook media blog.

“We’re excited today to share Facebook resources for business influencers, including our downloadable Business Influencer Guide, to help business leaders get started, build a strategy, and connect with their audiences on Facebook.”

Ṃany global business leaders across various industries, and regions use Facebook to communicate with their customers, employees, communities, and other stakeholders. Facebook can be used by business leaders to communicate directly, control their messages, use precision targeting, and access a flexible set of publishing tools including text, photos, videos, live video and more.

Pinterest has launched three types of promoted Pins. They are: One tap, Video, and app. The announcement was made on Pinterest official blog.

“We’ve even made some improvements to the Pins themselves: We’ve created 3 new types of promoted Pins, each designed to make it a little easier for you to give the Pin a try.”