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Expanded Access to AR Try-On Feature from Facebook :D

Augmented Reality (AR) brings the “magic” of the in-store shopping experience to mobile, Facebook says, and more brands can now let customers try on products virtually. Facebook is developing new APIs that will make it easier, faster and more cost-effective for brands and advertisers to bring AR into their catalogs.

This is rolling out first to brands in the beauty category, with support coming to other verticals in the near future. Lastly, Facebook is bringing AR to a new ad unit that will automatically show relevant products to people based on their interests, encouraging them to “try it on.”

Testing of AR-based ads is underway and will be available to more brands by the end of the year :cool:
 
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We get asked frequently how to withdraw earnings from Marketcall. To withdraw your earnings, firstly, you have to add your payment method ;)

Please go to My account - Payment Settings. Press button "Add Payout" and then choose "Tipalti". (For Wire, ACH, Paypal or e-Check).
Fill the Tipalti form. How to do it read the next question "Filling Up Your Tipalti Form". After that press "Withdraw" button on your dashboard. Put the sum you want to withdraw and press withdraw.
Your request is done. You will get confirmation email once your payment is sent :D
 

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Did you know that at Marketcall you can get 200 landing pages templates for all verticals? :eek:

Apart from that, you can find examples of landing pages that we found in the organic and paid search.
Ask your personal manager and he will share them with you ;)
 

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Google begins rolling out the “link spam update,” which makes its algorithms more effective at identifying and nullifying link spam o_O

The update begins rolling out today and will take at least two weeks to roll out broadly to search results in multiple languages. Information strewn throughout Google’s announcement suggests a particular emphasis on targeting links from sponsored, guest, and affiliate content.
In fact, the announcement begins as a casual reminder to mark up affiliate content with the appropriate rel values. Google buries the lead, as the news about this algorithm update isn’t mentioned until the end of the blog post.

This is an indication that Google wants site owners to pay attention to its advice on how to handle links within content where there’s an exchange of value involved ;)
 
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