The bad news for advertisers on Facebook: The cost of advertising on the social network rose dramatically in November 2014 compared with November 2013, with aggregate average cost per thousand impressions (CPMs) seven times higher. The good news: Return on investment saw substantial gains, as well, according to the latest data from Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer.
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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 took a major step toward achieving its goals of making sure its users see advertising that is relevant to them — no matter which devices they are using, and even when they are not on the social network itself — and of allowing advertisers to be a part of the process both online and offline. The social network Monday officially introduced Atlas at Advertising Week 2014 in New York, confirming reports earlier this month by The Wall Street Journal and Ad Age.
A Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer swallowed up a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, as predictive marketing software provider Kenshoo announced its acquisition of software-as-a-service platform Adquant.
The Connected Marketing Platform from iCrossing is now integrated with media-management software from Kenshoo following the announcement Wednesday of a strategic partnership between the digital marketing agency and the Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer.
In the second quarter of 2014, Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, found that social ad spend was up 51 percent compared with the year-earlier quarter and 21 percent versus the first quarter of 2014.