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Google is adding a new "licensable" badge to images for which a publisher or creator provides licensing information.
Google has launched a new Search Console Insights tool to help content creators make informed decisions to improve their content.
Next month, Google will be banning ads from running on websites that spread debunked COVID-19 conspiracy theories.
You should probably start asking for permission before embedding other peoples' Instagram posts on your website. Here's why.
Facebook has announced that publishers in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland can now register their news Pages on the platform.
Facebook has updated its Instant Articles with a new recirculation and navigation surface, smarter CTA and ad placements, and support for Facebook Stories.
Facebook has announced several updates to its subscription tools, and the addition of 28 new publishers to its paywall test.
Twitter has announced that publishers will now be able to monetise their entire global audience through In-Stream video ads, instead of just visitors in their home country.
Twitter is expanding the placement of its ads beyond its own platform, by allowing advertisers to show Timeline Ads within embedded timelines on third-party websites.
Snapchat is letting select publishers curate and monetize posts from users, but you won't see any of the revenue.
Facebook is expanding its test of a new A/B testing tool for organic posts, with at least five major publishers already using it.
Facebook has announced a new way for users to follow breaking news stories and get notifications about how they unfold.
As part of its effort to get close to publishers, Twitter has launched Twitter Media, a website for publishers to learn to get the most from its platform.
Twitter is planning to roll out a website that will help teach smaller publishers the ins and outs of producing content and making money from it.
As part of its commitment to show more high quality news on its platform, Facebook has been running a test labelling breaking news from a small group of publishers. The test is now expanding to …