In our own version of A Look Back on Facebook, we had the opportunity to sit down with Franco Puetz around this time last year. He shared his take on social strategy and how he handles his campaigns. Let’s look at how his predictions did, and how strategies have evolved.
Ad revenue accounted for $2.34 billion of Facebook’s fourth-quarter-2013 revenue total of $2.59 billion, so it’s no surprise that the social network’s advertising results and initiatives were the topic of the lion’s share of discussion during its earnings call Wednesday.
Facebook still dominated among social networks driving users to retail sites in the fourth quarter of 2013, but it continues to face growing threats from both Pinterest and, surprisingly, Tumblr, according to results from the Q4 2013 Social Media Intelligence Report from Adobe, released Monday.
With Facebook’s fourth-quarter earnings call set for Wednesday, Jan. 29, digital marketing company Kenshoo provided a look at its analysis of more than 115 billion fourth-quarter ads on the social network, in infographic form.
Like most nonprofits, the PKD Foundation aims to raise awareness of the issue it seeks to solve. Greater awareness leads to greater interest from scientists, politicians, and potential donors in working for a cure.
How does advertising on Facebook impact the paid search marketing performances of brands? Significantly and positively, according to an analysis of a 2,500-plus-store retailer by Kenshoo, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer.
Forget click-through rates: Those are so two hours ago. If Facebook Head of Analytics Ken Rudin has his way, the social network may soon be measuring pass-over rates.
A Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer became the latest company to weigh in on Facebook’s advertising performance prior to its third-quarter earnings call Wednesday, as Spruce Media released its latest State of Facebook Advertising report.
Enterprise marketing technology provider Unified cited four industries that excelled at converting clicks into fans in its October 2013 Facebook Advertising Benchmarks study — cellular and telco, gaming, desktop software, and alcohol — and Unified also pointed out that food ads are 58 percent more likely to be clicked than the average ad on the social network.
Facebook executives often state that one of their primary goals when it comes to advertising is to serve its users ads that are relevant to their interests. Optimal, a software-as-a-service platform for real-time ad buying and optimization and analytics for Facebook and other social networks, which was acquired by Brand Networks last week, and Civolution, a provider of technology and solutions for identifying, managing, and monetizing content, are taking the social network’s goal one step further, integrating their technologies to serve Facebook ads that are synced to TV commercials being watched by users of the social network.