Weekly Digital Roundup (24th - 31st October)

Have a look at all the significant changes that happened in the digital space last week.

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Zuckerberg is expected to be questioned about the Facebook-parent's strategy for its VR business, as well as the company's plans to support third-party developers, according to the court document.

Meta

Reels and photos should now have the same reach on the app now after the company “rebalanced things” in the last month.

Instagram

Twitter is planning to start charging $20 per month for verification / And if the employees building it don’t meet their deadline, they’ll be fired by Elon Musk.

Twitter

rolls out a new look and several features that offer a more modern and immersive viewing experience while also improving how users watch videos.

YouTube

Google is upgrading Performance Max campaigns with a series of new features and offering best practices specific to promoting holiday sales.

Google

After several years of testing, Google is releasing its bumper ad creation tool to all advertisers.

Google

Google is giving enterprise marketers more time to switch to GA4 by moving the sunset date of Universal Analytics 360 to 2024.

Google

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