The holiday shopping season is already well underway for opportunistic retailers looking to snag early shoppers and strike on Facebook before CPMs (cost per thousand impressions) increase, according to a recent study by marketing solutions provider SocialCode, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer.
Small business platform and domain-name registrar GoDaddy is now integrated with social commerce solutions provider Easy Social Shop, allowing GoDaddy online store clients to easily create Facebook storefronts.
Auto-play video ads debuted on Instagram Thursday, as Adweek reported that 15-second units from Disney, Activision, Lancôme, Banana Republic and The CW began running on the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network.
A study in which a leading U.S. retailer targeted 565,000 email subscribers with both its regular emails and coordinated Facebook News Feed ads found that subscribers who received both were 22 percent more likely to make purchases than those who only received emails.
Shaq’s back: Retired National Basketball Association legend Shaquille O’Neal will once again be Shaq-a-Claus as part of the #PlayItForward Challenge from retail giant Toys “R” Us, benefiting the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation.
This is probably not going to come as a shock to brands on Facebook, but if you want to play, you pretty much have to pay, as a new report from Adobe found that impressions for organic posts on the social network by brands are down 50 percent in 2014 compared with 2013, while paid impressions are up 5 percent during the same time period.
The top 20 brands on Facebook boasted an average of 14,863,452 likes at the end of September and averaged 51 posts for the month, up from 41 in August, according to the most recent statistics from social media analytics platform Socialbakers.
With the holiday shopping season rapidly approaching, commerce technology platform MarketLive surveyed 1,000 U.S. consumers and found that 49 percent will make purchases based on social referrals, and 30 percent have made purchases via social networks during the past year, up from just 12 percent in 2013.
For retailers, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are by far the two most important days of the holiday shopping season, and their ad-spending patterns reflect that, but when it comes to advertising on Facebook, that strategy may not be the most effective, according to a new study by Marin Software, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer.