Strategic Preferred Marketing Developers
In-application mobile ad inventory exchange MoPub can now offer access to advertising-automation software from social marketing platform Nanigans, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, following the announcement Tuesday of a partnership between the two companies.
Don we now our gay apparel: Kenshoo, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, examined the impact of various marketing channels, including Facebook, on apparel sales during the holiday shopping season.
Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer and social marketing platform Shift announced the release of the next generation of its platform, which includes people-based marketing and measurement tools, enhanced automation technology, comprehensive reporting and a re-engineered programmatic ads solution.
A Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer had designs on improving its product design and development team, as SocialCode announced Thursday that it reached a licensing deal with mobile application developer Avocado Software, and that Avocado co-founder Jenna Bilotta was named SocialCode’s head of product design.
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.
Mobile ad budgets on Facebook and Twitter among the clients of Ampush, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, were up 87 percent in the third quarter of 2014 compared with the second quarter of the year, and a whopping 233 percent versus the prior-year quarter, according to the social technology company’s latest study.
Social marketing platform Nanigans, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, analyzed more than 300 billion ad impressions on the social network during the third quarter of 2014 from clients using its advertising automation software, and it found that 95 percent of total ad spend went to Facebook’s three main direct-response ad units: unpublished link ads, mobile application install ads and domain ads.
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.