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.
Former Facebook Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions Grady Burnett, who is currently chief operating officer at mobile analytics company Flurry, was appointed to the board of directors at digital marketing outfit Kenshoo.
Digital marketing outfit Kenshoo tapped Vice President of Sales and Interim Managing Director, Asia-Pacific Gary Nafus as its new managing director, Americas.
Cyber Monday lived up to its billing, as Kenshoo, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, found that the day accounted for 29 percent of total revenue during the five-day peak holiday shopping period starting with Thanksgiving.
Seven Facebook Preferred Marketing Developers were called out by Forrester Research in its latest report, The Forrester Wave: Social Advertising Platforms, Q4 2013, with Kenshoo crowned as the category leader, joined by Salesforce.com, Marin Software, Unified, Shift, Optimal, and Nanigans.
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.
3Q EARNINGS CALL: How Is Facebook Responding To The Mobile Transition From An Advertising Standpoint?
Facebook said in its third-quarter earnings report Wednesday that its total advertising revenue for the period was $1.8 billion, up 66 percent when compared with the year-earlier quarter, and mobile accounted for 49 percent of that revenue. During the company’s earnings call Wednesday, Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman offered more specific details.
The big winners in Facebook’s October 2013 Preferred Marketing Developer Innovation Competition — titled “From Conversation to Conversion” –were Optimal, BLiNQ Media, Kenshoo, Maverick, Salesforce and ExactTarget, and SocialWire, the social network announced in a post on the Facebook Developers page.
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.