Like most nonprofits, the PKD Foundation aims to raise awareness of the issue it seeks to solve. Greater awareness leads to greater interest from scientists, politicians, and potential donors in working for a cure.
Facebook combined its broad categories and precise interests to roll out its new simplified interests targeting option for advertisers.
Facebook began offering advertisers ad-targeting suggestions in October, and the social network has apparently refined the process.
Facebook’s emphasis on mobile will not take a vacation for the holiday shopping season, as the social network offered some tips for marketers looking to incorporate mobile into their Facebook promotion mix in a post on the Facebook for Business page.
Despite Facebook’s emphasis on mobile advertising, a recent survey by global marketing consultancy Analytic Partners found that 85 percent of Facebook users would be more inclined to read or click on a News Feed ad when accessing the social network via desktop than through mobile devices.
Facebook introduced partner categories in April, allowing brands to target ads to users by category, such as “auto intenders” (users whose behavior indicated interest in purchasing a car) and “soda drinkers,” based on their activities both on the social network and elsewhere on the Web, including mobile and even offline. Now the number of partner categories has doubled.
I work with NARR8, a free-to-use application and digital publisher of interactive eBooks. Last month, NARR8 launched its extensive catalog of motion comics, graphic novels, and educational periodicals on Facebook’s App Center — a huge milestone for us, since this made NARR8 the first motion comics application to launch on the world’s No. 1 social network. Today, I’d like to talk about what led us to this success, our first month’s progress on Facebook, and the support that the social network has offered us during the transition from mobile to social.
Gannett-owned PointRoll will release a new Facebook mobile ad product, the rich media page post link ad, aimed at boosting reach, increasing application installations, and reaching blocks of potential customers via creative optimization of targeting.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg explained the reasoning behind the social network’s launch of hashtags in June in response to a question from Wells Fargo Analyst Peter Stabler during the company’s third-quarter earnings call Wednesday.