Damian Radcliffe breaks down what consequences and benefits Google Chrome’s new ad-blocking browser could have for publishers In mid-February, Google rolled out a new ad-blocker, automatically embedded within their popular Chrome browser.
Google has now rolled out its Chrome 66 update to its users on both Mac and iOS. The Mac version will now mute autoplaying content by default, with both desktop and mobile
Chrome’s mobile referrals are now 4th, behind Twitter, Facebook, and Google Search. Research by Chartbeat’s data science team reveals that Google Chrome’s Articles for You (also known as “Chrome Content Suggestions” or “Chrome Suggestions”)
Late last summer, Google notified 1,000 website owners that their ads were annoying, misleading, or harmful to the user experience. They were directed to Google’s Ad Experience Report and encouraged to clean up their