Weekly Digital Roundup (28th November - 5th December)

Meta is bringing Instagram's age verification tool to Facebook Dating.

Facebook:

Elon Musk announced the publication of exclusive emails revealing some of the social media company's internal deliberations over a disputed decision made in 2020 before the US Presidential elections.

Twitter:

Google has purged thousands of YouTube channels in China, Russia and Brazil as part of its investigation into coordinated influence operations.

YouTube:

LinkedIn’s new rolled out feature called Focused Inbox,  helps users find and respond to important messages.

LinkedIn:

Google states that another helpful content update is beginning to appear in search results. It started on December 5 and will take up to two weeks to finish.

Google:

A Googler shared that links as a signal have less impact currently compared to when Google first started

Google:

Google is bringing two new metrics to GA4 properties that marketers can utilise when building custom reports.

Google:

Google’s John Mueller says that link disavowing random links flagged by tools is not a good use of time.

Google:

Google confirmed that there are no noindexed pages that will adversely impact a website's crawl budget.

Google:

Google confirmed that HTTP/3 doesn’t have a direct impact on SEO despite its faster performance, Google says.

Google:

Google brings continuous scrolling to desktop search results in the United States.

Google:

Google will soon introduce a new ad and account policy and suspension page specifically for Display and Video 360 users.

Google:

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