• Street Fight Daily: Facebook Adds Food Ordering, Apple Throws Advertisers a Curve Ball

    Street Fight Daily: Facebook Adds Food Ordering, Apple Throws Advertisers a Curve Ball October 16, 2017 by Joseph Zappa Leave a Comment Filed Under: Headlines, News A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Facebook Adds Food-Ordering Feature (MediaPost) The tech titan has partnered with a number of takeout services — includingEatStreet,.

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  • Gaming and Entertainment Rule the Sponsored Video World

    … Thanks to Tubular’s latest Sponsored Video Marketing Report, we know views on sponsored video content on YouTube and Facebook in Q1 2017 grew year-over-year by a whopping 242% and 7390%, respectively. Obviously, something about sponsored video works. Whether that’s because audiences are already familiar with their favorite companies and want…

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  • Faster, Easier Mobile Lead Generation with Social Lead Ads

    … October 18, 2017 Social ads continue to get more and more interactive for e-commerce advertisers. Facebook is hard at work, beautifying canvas and product layouts that really make product images and video content pop. Facebook introduced canvas templates for product ads this month, which may leave those of us cultivating leads or advertising…

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  • The 6 Essential Ingredients of the Perfect Facebook Video Ad

    One thing we can all agree on: the amount of video consumed online has grown at an incredible pace in the last two years, and is set to grow even further. Here’s the projection: 75% of all mobile data will be video by 2020. And driving this is the huge growth in Facebook users and Facebook’s move to become video-centric. The world is fast embracing video primarily on mobile devices.

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  • Local Media Consortium Not About to Retreat From Its Google and Facebook Ties

    Questions are being raised about whether news publishers should keep expanding their relationships with Google and Facebook, and even whether they should pull out altogether. But you don’t hear that talk from the Local Media Consortium, which represents more than 70 newspaper, broadcasting and other local media companies who produce 1,600 digital publications focused on hometown news.

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