Ad Spending

  • Spending on Social Advertising Is On the Rise (Report)

    … spending. 4C analyzed more than 900 brands and over $150 million in ad spending, and it found a 43 percent quarter-over-quarter increase and a 65 percent year-over-year gain in paid media spend. Spending on Facebook grew even more, with a 74 percent YoY increase. On Instagram, which saw user numbers rise to more than 600 million last year…

    AllTwitterin Social Mobile Facebook- 29 readers -
  • Analytics and Data Will Change Social Media in 2017

    … and the American presidential election were no doubt influenced to a greater or lesser degree by social media, from President-elect Donald Trump’s insistence on using Twitter as an unfiltered direct communication channel with his followers and critics, to the soul-searching happening in some quarters about the role social media played in serving up…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter- 60 readers -
  • Digital Media Buying Demystified (Infographic)

    … Ad spending and media buying is a complex and confusing system. While spending is up, there are more options than ever before, particularly when it comes to social marketing. An infographic from market research firm Forrester Research and cloud-based marketing and advertising platform SteelHouse examines the challenges in the media buying…

    AllFacebookin Display EMail- 20 readers -
  • Instagram Becomes a Force for Mobile App Advertising (Report)

    … drop in cost per install. Impressions were up 187 percent year-over-year. Clicks skyrocketed by 280 percent in the fourth quarter of 2015 versus the year-ago period. Cost per thousand impressions (CPMs) slipped 11 percent year-over-year. Cost per click fell 33 percent in the fourth quarter of 2015 compared with the fourth quarter of 2014. CTRs rose…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 21 readers -
  • Facebook Ad Spending Continued to Surge in Q4 2015 (Report)

    … per click of $0.57 in the fourth quarter of 2015 were up 6 percent from the third quarter and down 11 percent from the prior-year period. E-commerce advertisers saw their CPCs rise 21 percent quarter-over-quarter, to $0.69, not as dramatic as the fourth-quarter-2014 increase of 29 percent, to $0.63. Gaming advertisers saw CPCs drop 19 percent…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 23 readers -
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