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Facebook has been hard at work, separating the wheat from the chaff of advertising on its news feed. Now, the latest change could keep advertisers from reaching their desired audiences. The social network announced on Thursday that users will now be asked to provide feedback as to why they “hid” an ad from their news feed.
First Facebook bought Oculus for $2 billion. Then Amazon bought Twitch for $970 million. Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian’s game is on track to gross $200 million by the end of the year. And you’re just sitting there, scratching your head. The video games industry is one of the most widely misunderstood components of the modern media landscape.
Like it or not, your brand’s blog is important. According to eMarketer, brand sites and related pages are still the primary way a consumer gets information about a company. A study last year found that 48 percent of online shoppers said they trusted content on brand websites. If that sounds small, it’s still more than the percentage of people who trust mainstream news.
There are millions of ads that are eligible to be shown in News Feed every day from more than 1.5 million active advertisers on Facebook, the company stated in an announcement today. Facebook’s goal is to show people ads they think each individual will find interesting. In order to better achieve that goal, Facebook will be rolling out two updates to the news feed to help sh ...
How To Export Feedburner Email Subscribers To CSV File Exporting Feedburner Email Subscriptions With Feedburner having become abandoned by Google, one of the major concerns is whether our email based subscribers will become stranded in the system. Fortunately, there is an easy way to export the email addresses which you can then import into another service.
For the second time this month, Facebook is down for many users. We started hearing reports of the outage on — where else? — Twitter, soon after 8 p.m Eastern. Last week, the social network suffered a 20-minute outage; it had several more lengthy blackouts earlier in the summer. Here’s the current Twitter chatter about the problem: Tweets ab ...
The Great Place to Work Institute has yet again recognised E-Web Marketing as a Best Place to Work in Australia. Our 10th placement in the ‘under 100 employees’ category was announced last night at the Doltone House in Sydney amongst some of the nations leading companies including 2013 winner Optiver Asia Pacific, 2013 runner-up and winner of 2014′s ‘over 100 employees’ category Atlassian.
Today the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and Facebook announced a new partnership to support women entrepreneurs around the world by providing them with Facebook business resources and mentor support. The collaboration will involve Cherie Blair Foundation for Women’s Mentoring Programme, which connects mentors with women entrepreneurs from developing countries.
INFOGRAPHIC: T-Mobile, Waggin’ Train Dog Treats among Facebook’s top brands in Aug. 2014 While most companies and brands can claim to be active on Facebook, a few go the extra mile. Socialbakers, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, tracks the most engaged and active Facebook brands each month.
Reaching 4.6 million people is good. Reaching 4.6 million shoppers is even better and that’s what you get with eBay. The massive online ecommerce (no longer just auction) site is about to launch a mobile ad network and the potential is huge. Let’s look at the numbers: 260 million (and counting) global app downloads 3X more engagement than the competition.
… The Huffington Post continued to dominate among publishers on Facebook in August, dominating in terms of both total interactions (likes, comments and shares) and shares, according to the latest data from social media news aggregator NewsWhip. In a blog post summarizing its August results, NewsWhip said of HuffPost: The Huffington Post…
Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Facebook Adjusts News Feed To Refine Ad Hiding Signals Facebook is adjusting its News Feed algorithm again, announcing today two refinements to how it deals with user feedback on advertisements.
Facebook is adjusting its News Feed algorithm again, announcing today two refinements to how it deals with user feedback on advertisements. For years, Facebook has given users to ability to hide ads they don’t want to see and Facebook has used those “hides” as a signal that other people might not want to see those ads either.
…. Under the new system, there’s a difference between “It’s not relevant to me” and “It’s offensive.” If a person ticks “It’s not relevant to me”, Facebook will consider that factor when rolling out that person’s feed. That choice is now less likely to effect the delivery to other people. If they check “It’s offensive,” the Facebook elves are going…