Pixel tracking removed from YouTube and marketing budget decline – News roundup
Google is stopping pixel tracking on YouTube, marketing budgets have declined, Facebook testing new scheduling option, Instagram offering more data control and Facebook changing how organic reach is calculated Google has announced changes to third-party pixels on YouTube, which will .. (...)
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