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Which Type Of Facebook Ad Is Right For You?

So you want to advertise on Facebook. Great! Now the most important question is what type of ad should you run? Facebook offers many types of ad choices that are each tailored to help you reach specific direct response goals. Read on to determine which ad type is the best choice based on your objectives. I want people to take a specific action on my website Facebook’s Page Post Link ads allow you to send people to important sections of […]

Why Social Media Ad Evolution Is A Digital Marketing Revolution

Think social media isn’t a sustainable digital marketing solution? Think again! With 74% of online adults using social networking sites, there are more eyes on social than ever before. Two big names in social media, Facebook and Twitter, have evolved to ensure that advertising on their sites will continue to be a precise and dynamic option for digital marketers. By continually expanding ways that marketers can reach targeted audiences, Facebook and Twitter are solidifying their position as the cornerstones of many […]

Facebook Link Ads: Creative Best Practices for Every Ecommerce Marketer

As Facebook continues to create and retool a wide array of direct response ad products, ecommerce advertisers are better equipped to provide customers with the offers that are most valuable to them, in a way that encourages near-instant gratification. Nanigans ecommerce advertisers have had a great deal of success using link-based Unpublished Page Posts (UPP) in particular. Of course, not all campaigns are created equal. There are a number of considerations on the creative side that help improve the performance […]

Social Media Marketing PSA: Know Your Ad Environment

Digital marketers are constantly on the alert for the Next Big Thing. Each time a social media channel gains rapid membership or a new iPhone rolls out, it’s evaluation time. Is the audience there to justify migrating paid advertising costs? Recently, there’s been a lot of buzz around the new Apple Watch; specifically, which brands have launched inaugural apps and how marketers can make use of the tiny real estate this wearable will offer up. According to GlobalWebIndex, only 11% […]

Recap: Facebook’s Q1 2015 Earnings Call

Fresh off the heels of developer conference f8, Facebook’s Q1 2015 earnings call yesterday afternoon covered all the usual bases — skyrocketing mobile usage, increased adoption of its newest ad products, the gradual growth of its acquisitions, and a steady focus on app monetization. YoY revenue has remained strong at 42% (compared to 58% last quarter) and mobile now makes up 73% of Facebook’s $3.3 billion in ad revenue. COO Sheryl Sandberg shared that in the US, one in every […]