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by Tim Sohn
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Facebook Details its Commitment to Viewed Impressions for Ads (SocialTimes) Facebook’s latest step toward giving its advertisers the most accurate measurement of the effectiveness of their campaigns is its focus on viewed impressions, as opposed to served impressions.Read the full article

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