New YouTube Content Age Restrictions & This Week's Digital Marketing News [PODCAST]

This week on Marketing O’Clock, Greg Finn, Mark Saltarelli, and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld discuss the biggest digital marketing news of the week along with insights and hot takes from the SEO and PPC communities.

Plus, marketers are going to be really thirsty ones they go back to the office.

LinkedIn Stories have finally launched and are sure to replace the water cooler in the hearts and minds of professionals.

If you’re unable to catch the episode on Spotify, be sure to watch the video version on the Search Engine Journal YouTube channel.


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YouTube commits to consistent age restrictions

YouTube announced new enhancements to its age-restricted content policies.

Using automated tools to detect when videos are inappropriate, more YouTube videos will be flagged and users will have to create an account and confirm their age to watch.

None of the policies are changing, but creators whose inappropriate content went unnoticed before may see more videos flagged.

If a creator thinks their YouTube video was misclassified as inappropriate, they can request a human review of their content and it may be overridden.


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Ahrefs Webmaster Tools

Ahrefs announced new Webmaster Tools that are free to all content creators.

The tools can monitor your site’s SEO health, give you more insight into your backlinks, and help you gain a better understanding of keywords that bring traffic to your site.

Ahrefs confirmed that the data…

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