Social marketing solutions provider SocialCode shared its results from two campaigns using Facebook’s partner categories ad targeting, which was introduced last month, reporting that engagement per like was seven times and five times higher, respectively, when compared with standard Facebook ad targeting.
Social rich-media advertising platform Moontoast is on a collaboration roll, announcing Wednesday that it will work with social engagement advertising provider Blinq Media, just one day after a similar announcement regarding Kenshoo Social and a little over one week after revealing a collaboration with social marketing solutions provider SocialCode.
Just days after aligning with social marketing solutions provider SocialCode, social ad platform Moontoast announced that it will team up with global social marketing platform Kenshoo Social to enable brands to incorporate rich social media into their campaigns on the mobile and desktop versions of Facebook’s News Feed.
Two winners in Facebook’s recent Preferred Marketing Developer program PMD Innovation Competition are teaming up, as social ad platform Moontoast and social marketing solutions provider SocialCode announced that they would collaborate with the aim of boosting engagement for advertisers on Facebook, particularly on its News Feed and on mobile devices.
SocialCode wasn’t the only company to use Facebook data as part of its methodology for selecting the winner of the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship tournament and select Duke: Facebook itself chose the Blue Devils, as well, filling out its bracket based on participating teams’ buzz on the social network over the past two weeks.
The 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship tournament tips off later Tuesday night, and fans throughout the country are using various strategies to fill out their brackets, as is social marketing solutions provider SocialCode, which used its own algorithm to determine that Duke will cut down the nets April 8.
Social marketing solutions provider SocialCode announced Tuesday that its self-serve platform is now out of client beta and available for use by all Fortune 500 marketers.