Here's the runaway viral commercial of the week on Facebook—an Uncle Drew-style spot created by Thrillist for Smith & Forge hard cider. The three-and-a-half-minute spot shows CrossFit Games competitor Kenneth Leverich done up in elaborate makeup to look like an 84-year-old man crashing
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Facebook / Via facebook.com Facebook wants to know if you've been conned by an ad on its site.The social network just introduced a new feedback page for users to complain about disappointing purchases from sites they found through ads on Facebook
Facebook is introducing ways to measure just how effective online ads are at increasing in-store visits and offline sales while also making it easier for users to find businesses closest to them. Today, the social network is adding several new measurement tools that will allow stores to see
Facebook is updating their text in images rule. Going forward, your ads won't get rejected for including too much text. But does this change anything? The post It’s Official: Facebook Text Rule in Ad Images is Changing appeared first on Jon Loomer Digital.
An Australian feminist group expressed fury after Facebook rejected an ad it created because of the image it used.
Facebook has further reduced the organic reach of brands and publishers in the news feed to emphasize updates of friends and family. Understanding why people share content on Facebook will help you create content that is more likely to attract engagement, in the form of likes, shares, and comments.
The mad men and women of the ad industry have plenty of reasons to toss and turn at night. Money is increasingly trickling from television commercials to digital media — a market that Facebook and Google currently have in a duopolistic chokehold. Inter-agency competition is at a fever
Do you run Facebook ads? Are you familiar with the latest changes? To explore a number of recent changes to Facebook that will impact all advertisers, I interview Jon Loomer. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s
Facebook’s advertising network is already a colossal business — it helped the social network bring in $5.38 billion in revenue during its most recent quarter alone — but it is about to take a step towards become the internet’s advertising exchange after announcing that it will start
Facebook ads, like those on many platforms, started out relatively simple. But as Facebook has rolled out ad products at a growing clip, some of the products have changed the way brands and agencies need to approach creative, especially in mobile.To help marketers keep ads coming, not to mention