Advertisers on Facebook will have some new toys to play with “in the coming weeks,” as the social network announced that brands running video ads will be able to choose video views as an objective for their campaigns, as well as take advantage of two solutions to direct Facebook users to additional content, and all advertisers will be able to plan their campaigns using the traditional broadcast model of reach and frequency.
Facebook posted strong second-quarter earnings, with 88 percent of its total revenue coming from advertising, but would it have been able to deliver similar results in 2003? No, according to Kenshoo Chief Marketing Officer Aaron Goldman.
HTTPS, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, is now the default for all Facebook users, putting the wraps on a process the social network started last November, Software Engineer Scott Renfro announced in a note on the Facebook Engineering page.
Facebook Exchange Partnerships Manager Josh Butler spoke about the social network’s real-time-bidding ad exchange to media buyers, agency trading desks, and brand marketers at OMMA‘s Real-Time Buying summit in Century City, Calif., last Thursday.
Stéphane Le Viet, founder and CEO of Facebook social recruiting company Work4 Labs, shared four ways that Facebook’s recently introduced advertising options can be used as part of the recruiting process.
Custom Facebook applications are crucial for brands that run promotions on Facebook. The rules of the platform simply state that all promotions on Facebook must be administered within apps on Facebook.com, either on a canvas page or a page app. If you are about to launch an app of your own, have a look at the following tips we have picked up while developing Facebook apps for brands over the past couple of years. Some are no-brainers that are often forgotten, and some are quite specific, but all are useful to remember.
Wondering how to optimize your Facebook advertising campaigns for business-to-business? We’ve broken down the process into eight essential steps.
As Facebook advertisers try to find ways to get users to click on ads, new statistics show that the impression is probably more valuable than the click. TechCrunch learned more about Facebook’s view tag feature, which allows advertisers to track users who view ads, but who do not click on them. The site reports that, in one example, 87 percent of conversions came from impressions, rather than clicks.
Facebook is seeking the dismissal of a $15 billion lawsuit that accuses it of secretly tracking its users’ Internet activity after they leave the social network’s platform, saying that the plaintiffs failed to offer specific examples of how they were harmed by its alleged actions.