In recent months Facebook has declared a crackdown on what it deems “fake news.” Right to Life of Michigan may be the latest legitimate organization swept up in this crackdown. On April 18, Right to Life of Michigan staff discovered that our advertising account had been shut down without notice
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There’s a good chance that your small business already uses Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) to promote your offerings and communicate with your audience. But did you know that the social media giant also provides assistance to small business users through the Facebook Small Business Council. What is the
Linda Yaccarino, the head of advertising sales for NBCUniversal, has reoriented herself to view online behemoths as rivals.
Here's a quick guide to the various Facebook ad objectives and when to use them.
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Due to the declining reach of free social media marketing, an increasing number of companies are looking into paid advertising. Some will be looking for the best platforms to use for their very first campaigns, while others will be looking for the most effective places to spend their money as they
Facebook's New Feed algorithm is targeting links that send people to crappy websites filled with advertisements. According to their blog post, Facebook defines a "low-quality site" as one "containing little substantive content, and that is covered in disruptive, shocking or malicious ads."
Facebook announced on Wednesday that it's penalizing websites that contain little substantive content and junky advertising, the social network's latest step to police its platform for content that users find objectionable or irrelevant. "We hear from our community that they’re disappointed when
Facebook said it wanted to downplay links that people post to websites that have a disproportionate volume of ads relative to content, or have deceptive or sexually suggestive ads.
The social network is now scanning links to see if they contain “disruptive, shocking or malicious ads” and little real content. View Entire Post ›