Your top Digital Marketing news from the past week [Week of May 10]

Connor DeLaney

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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. Google has "no strong preference" about the content above the fold (Search Engine Journal)
  2. There's a connection between negative emotional language and lower conversions (Unbounce via CMO)
  3. Only 4% of Facebook users want behavior tracked outside of the app (NiemanLab)
  4. If you're using Google My Business, keyword stuffing has consequences (Search Engine Land)
  5. Twitter finally caved and stopped cropping images in the app timeline (Digital Trends)
  6. Twitter also rolled out a Tip Jar feature, which has raised privacy concerns (Twitter & Social Media Today)

You can check out the full article or see the individual article breakdowns throughout this thread. 

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