Facebook’s transformation into a mobile company has found its way into third-quarter-2014 statistics on clients of digital marketing agency 3Q Digital, which reported that mobile impressions were up 51 percent compared with the second quarter of 2014, while clicks rose 180 percent, click-through rates were up 85 percent and cost per click dropped 40 percent.
Social marketing platform Nanigans, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, analyzed more than 300 billion ad impressions on the social network during the third quarter of 2014 from clients using its advertising automation software, and it found that 95 percent of total ad spend went to Facebook’s three main direct-response ad units: unpublished link ads, mobile application install ads and domain ads.
Ad spending on Facebook rose 81 percent in the third quarter of 2014 compared with the year-earlier period, while click-through rates were up 148 percent and revenue rose 162 percent, according to the latest research from predictive marketing software provider Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer.
Facebook extended availability of its Facebook Audience Network mobile advertising network, which it announced at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco April 30, and the social network also announced that link ads are now supported.
For retailers, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are by far the two most important days of the holiday shopping season, and their ad-spending patterns reflect that, but when it comes to advertising on Facebook, that strategy may not be the most effective, according to a new study by Marin Software, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer.
Luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz used Facebook and Instagram to fuel promotion of its new GLA compact SUV, and the social network and its photo- and video-sharing network drove 54 percent more clicks to the model’s website than the overall control group did.
Sharewall, which allows users to access content that would otherwise be locked behind paywalls by using sharing on Facebook and other social networks as currency, announced Tuesday that it has launched an artificial-intelligence engine.
The amount of user data available to brands on Facebook is staggering, but how can they make sense out of all the information and ensure that their campaigns are targeting the users who are most likely to be interested in their products and services? That’s where Umbel comes in.
Social marketing platform Shift, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, examined campaigns on the social network during the second quarter that were managed via its Facebook ad solution, and it shared its findings in the infographic below.