#WeeklyBuzz is the NEW series on The Brand Tribe, to share with you all the exciting happenings of the week, in the world of marketing and business.
Let’s have a quick look at what happened last week.
Google has updated its Product Structured Data page to add a new form of rich results called the Price Drop Appearance. The price drop appearance will display price drop information in the search rich results.
Product structured data feature review stars, product images, and shipping information, among other data.
Snapchat has confirmed that it's testing a new dark mode option with a small percentage of users, moving into line with almost every other app that now has a low light option.
As you can see in these screenshots, shared by Appleosophy, for those that have the dark mode option available, there's a new 'App appearance' section within your app settings.
Bahrain-based cryptocurrency exchange RAIN, on Sunday, announced that the company has raised $6 million in its Series A round led by Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), with participation from Coinbase, Vision Ventures, CMT Digital Ventures, JIMCO and the DIFC Fintech Fund.
The fresh capital will be deployed towards growing its engineering team, expanding its presence across the Middle East, and work with different regulators in the region to achieve its mission.
Many were, let’s say, displeased with Google when they admitted to blocking most Australian news websites from the SERPs last week.
However, the country may face even more heartbreak as the tech giant threatens to pull Australia from the search engine entirely. Google warns that could happen if a new law, forcing them to pay for news content, passes.
LinkedIn's following Twitter's lead with the addition of new reply control tools on your LinkedIn posts, which enable users to restrict who's able to comment on their platform updates.
It shows how users can control who can see their posts on LinkedIn. These settings have been available for some time (though in a slightly different form), but the new addition is on the right - reply controls that let users dictate who can comment on their posts.