SocialCode, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, released a new report aimed at helping brands use Facebook advertising to promote awareness and continue the process all the way through to driving sales.
With more than 10,000 different Android devices being used to access Facebook by some 500 million users, how does the social network ensure that those users are getting the best experience on their devices? Not by the version of Android’s operating system, product manager Chris Marra and software engineer Daniel Weaver explained in a post on the Facebook engineering blog, but by what they referred to as year class.
Facebook announced a new addition to its ad-targeting options with the aim of helping advertisers that are seeking to engage users in high-growth countries, as the social network is now allowing brands to target based on the network connections — 2G, 3G or 4G — they use most often when accessing Facebook.
Facebook is sharpening the precision of the targeting options available for its mobile application ads, allowing developers to target specific devices, rather than simply operating systems and versions.
Login with Facebook has arrived for applications using Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems, as Facebook announced in a post on its developer blog that Facebook Login for Windows 8 is ready to use in production apps, while Windows Phone 8 support is being launched in beta.
Facebook Introduces Telco Outcome Measurement To Help Telecommunications Firms Analyze Their Ad Campaigns
Facebook continued its efforts to help advertisers move beyond existing metrics and gain a true picture of their return on investment with Thursday’s introduction of a tool designed for telecommunications carriers and operators, Telco Outcome Measurement, pointing out in a post on its Facebook for Business page that its measurement team found that 90 percent of people who made purchases after seeing ads on the social network never actually clicked on the ad, and saying the new tool is a way to bridge that gap.
When Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 is officially released, its built-in Photos application will no longer be integrated with Facebook and Flickr, as the rollout of dedicated Facebook and Flickr apps for the operating system eliminated the need for the feature.