Take Advantage of Facebook Search Ads

Facebook began rolling out a new feature to its search engine in late October 2019 – Search placements. Meaning that your Facebook ad can now show up in results from the search box. This development caters to advertisers by making the search box tailored to reach customers.  
 
What are Facebook search ads? 
 
Facebook search ads are a new form of advertising allowed on their platform. This previously tested feature is set to change campaign management of Facebook ads, and provide a new place to advertise. This could be music to the ears of marketers, all members of an ad agency, and internet-based businesses. The advertisements that normally show up on the sidebars and in the news feed, will also be added to search bar results. 
 
This option was originally tested in 2013, to find new ways to allow marketers to reach clients as ad space became scarce. The idea was to allow businesses to … Continue reading

[Blog Abstract] One Marketer’s Take on Facebook’s Clear History

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Paid Advertising Strategist, Alexandra Sciocchetti, discusses the recent Martech Advisor article, “Ready to Be Forgotten: How Marketers Must Prepare for Facebook’s “Clear History” by Kazu Takiguchi, Founder and CEO.

We recently published a blog detailing the Facebook’s new Clear History feature (read it here). 

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Social Media Marketers: Impacts of Facebook’s Clear History

When it comes to Facebook marketing, big changes are in the air. Facebook’s Clear History will have a direct impact on marketers; this future addition to the platform will have an effect that will be felt by advertisers. We want to help our digital marketing friends with some helpful information regarding the effects on your campaign strategy. Managers and marketing executives might also be interested in this change to Facebook.  Continue reading “Social Media Marketers: Impacts of Facebook’s Clear History”

Blog Abstract: How To Rock Social Media

From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Project Manager, Irina Boudreau, discusses the recent article by Annie Crowford at Adobe, “What You Need to Know About Social Media in 2018″.

In this article, the author gets to the nitty-gritty of social media content with the help of three experts: Sue Zimmerman on Instagram, Mari Smith on Facebook and Peg Fitzpatckir on Pinterest. While the article was written last year, the points made here are very much relevant and applicable in 2019.

The path to success on social platforms starts with rich visual content and engaged consumers. Social media is all about connections. You must focus on genuine conversation and shares if you want to keep your posts from being buried in the feeds. But your highest ROI will come from purposeful engagement. So how do you engage with your followers?

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How Businesses Can Use Bots As Part Of Their Facebook Marketing Strategy

The next technology revolution has already arrived in the form of Artificial Intelligence. For marketers and businesses, it offers more flexibility, deeper insights on consumers based on faster data retrieval, the ability to automate tasks and also vast improvement in customer service with fewer human interventions. In fact by 2020, 80% of brands will be using chatbots for customer service and interactions.

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3 Psychological Principals to Increase User Engagement on Facebook

Facebook is the undisputed king of all social media. Americans spend more time on Facebook than any other site. In 2016 alone, Facebook had nearly 2 billion active users (read more).

While many of us are avid recreational Facebook users, not many people know how Facebook can help them increase their business’ user engagement by simply following a few psychological principals. Psychology has been already used by a large group of successful marketing companies, such as UPS, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi etc. and you can use it too.

If you ever feel like your favorite marketing strategy for Facebook is facing a tough time, here are the 3 psychological principals you can use to promote/advertise your brand online on this social media platform.

The K.I.S.S Principle (Keep it Simple and Straight)

Everyone loves simplicity, including your audience. Promoting simple strategies on Facebook helps you build a healthy relationship and … Continue reading