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Q&A with Facebook Director of Small Business Dan Levy (Part I)
www.insidefacebook.com
Facebook advertising isn’t just for the Starbucks and Coca-Colas of the world. In the past few years, small businesses have taken to Facebook not only to connect with loyal fans, but to advertise to future customers. Facebook announced two weeks ago that more than 1 million advertisers have pur [...]
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Facebook to eliminate sponsored search results
www.insidefacebook.com
As part of its recent advertising simplification push, Facebook is eliminating its sponsored search results ad unit. A Facebook spokesperson told Inside Facebook that the reason why the sponsored results will be nixed is because the most common marketers for them were app and game developers, and Fa [...]
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How Facebook Is Replacing Ad Agencies With Robots
www.businessinsider.com
Facebook served $4.3 billion worth of ads last year, a staggering sum. It's forecast to sell about $5.5 billion in ads in 2013, too. We're all used to seeing ads all over Facebook, inside our news feed and down the right-hand side of the page. Facebook is working furiously to find more ways to make [...]
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Facebook Is Completely Stuffed With Ads
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Facebook Is Completely Stuffed With Ads When I go to Facebook.com these days, here is what happens. I see one piece of content shared by a friend at the top of my News Feed. Then I scroll down for more. But instead of seeing more content, I am deluged with ads. Here is what my screen looks like afte [...]
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Facebook tweaks tool to give ad buyers better feedback
news.cnet.com
The social network updates its Ads Manager campaign-tracking tool to let marketers better measure the performance of ads on Facebook. Facebook is updating its Ads Manager campaign-tracking tool to provide advertisers with a bit more awareness of how their ads are performing against stated goals. The [...]
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Facebook makes risky bet on News Feed ads that track you
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The social network's latest attempt to goose revenue exposes an elephant in News Feed: advertisers are always watching. Read this article by Jennifer Van Grove on CNET News. [...]
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Regina police pull Facebook page following dog-shooting outrage
www.cbc.ca
The Regina police service has temporarily pulled its main Facebook page because it's getting too many abusive, profane and hateful comments. Some particularly angry comments came in the wake of a weekend dog-shooting incident. [...]
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