Your digital marketing news from the past week [May 17]

Connor DeLaney

"If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original."

Each week, we curate the top news stories in digital marketing and compile them into a quick, hammer-it-home style piece to make sure you are kept in the loop.

Here are the top stories from the past week:
  1. Apple to give podcast creators ability to offer paid subscriptions, with a 30% cut (Vox)
  2.  Reddit launches in-house agency to help brands with their picky audience (Reddit)
  3.  We're learning more about Twitter Blue, the social network's paid service (Digital Trends)
  4.  This week, Android users will finally get their own Clubhouse app (TechCrunch)
  5.  Finally, Google weighs in on plummeting  –and/or skyrocketing – SERP placement with ad buys (Search Engine Journal) 
You can check out the full article here or see the individual article breakdowns throughout this thread. 

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