An Insider Look at Reach and Frequency Ad Buying on Facebook
Ignite Social Media
JUNE 23, 2016
Of the two methods of buying ads on the platform, Auction and Reach and Frequency , here’s a deeper look into the benefits of Reach and Frequency ad buying. What is Reach and Frequency Ad Buying. Facebook defines Reach and Frequency as “an ad buying type on Facebook and Instagram that can provide powerful and predictable results.” Me, too.
The Future Of Personalized Pricing
NOVEMBER 23, 2012
Should every customer pay the same price for something? It's somewhat ironic that when you ask consumers what type of advertising they would be most responsive to, they will always say advertising that is relevant and personal. So, if the world is all about personalization, shouldn't the pricing be subject the same kind of practice? Mess with prices. Is price everything? What about the consumer who buys a product only to find out that it has been heavily discounted a few months later? That's the price of admission? buying habit.
The Price Of Personalization
OCTOBER 25, 2013
What kind of advertising do you want? One thing is certain about that magazine: people buy it for the ads as much as they''re buying it for the content. Sometimes we forget about the role of advertising. Advertising doesn''t have to be a nuisance or annoying. The true role of advertising is that it acts as a commercial vehicle of information delivery. believe this to be an amazing moment in time for brands, advertisers, media companies and yes, the consumer, as well. advertising. It''s a serious question. They''re not the only ones. media.
Real-time Bidding is the Future of Advertising
OCTOBER 1, 2015
When most marketers and advertisers hear the term real-time bidding, they likely think of auction houses, not lucrative business strategies. Marketers and advertisers target their ads—and ad dollars—to the most qualified prospects. They struggle to understand how these advertising decisions can be made at a moment’s notice. This data drives smarter, more effective advertising.
The Complete, Always-Updated Guide to Facebook Advertising
AUGUST 9, 2016
Social media has been found to be the most effective digital advertising channel for getting more impressions, clicks, and conversions. You can spend as little as $5 per day on Facebook advertising and see significant results. This article is our best shot at covering all the important aspects of Facebook advertising for someone who is just starting out. Advertising
The $1,000 Facebook Guide: How I Advertise to People You Can’t…Yet
MARCH 5, 2015
Today I’m going to show you how I’m (probably) the only advertiser that can reach all of Moz.com’s users via Facebook. I’m also going to show you that for every industry you care about, you should have at least two fan pages to cover it. I’ll also show you how you can steal the best content ideas from any of your competitors right under their nose. Really.
Should Advertising Cost Less?
APRIL 24, 2014
The price of advertising (or anything, for that matter) is typically predicated on value. When it comes to advertising, we are typically looking at metrics like how large the audience will be (that will see the ad), when they will see it (time of day), how they will see it (staring at a TV, listening as they drive.) At a more fundamental level, advertising has always been based on the scarcity model. Now, think about digital advertising. Is advertising suddenly out of the scarcity model and into a world of abundance? advertising. advertising age.
Can’t Buy Me Love: How to Avoid Social Media Fraud
Convince & Convert
AUGUST 20, 2014
You can buy them. But puffed up social campaigns come at a pretty high price , especially when it comes to advertising and lead generation. You may appear to have a brand army of a few hundred thousand, but you’ve painted yourself into an advertising corner, paying for all. It’s so easy to fake it online. You want a hundred thousand Twitter followers?
Social Media Stock Talk: Five Reasons to Buy Facebook
MAY 20, 2012
But we’re talking about one of the most powerful cultural forces of the 21st century … and you can actually buy a piece of it. Sure, GM got off of there , but GM can afford TV block time and is hardly a surefire fit for general social media advertising. 2. Facebook is buying like crazy. But it’s not buying garbage tech. It’s buying GOOD products.
Why Did a Russian Weed Company Just Buy Ebola.com for $200,000?
OCTOBER 24, 2014
Monetizing this site with adsense advertising isn’t a terrible idea. Furthermore, this doesn’t include other forms of affiliate advertising, cross promotion, and ad networks with higher payouts. The post Why Did a Russian Weed Company Just Buy Ebola.com for $200,000? News buying domains ebola ebola.com And no, you’re not high (as far as we know).
Don't Forget About Marketing
AUGUST 10, 2011
In almost every case where I see mention of the "forget marketing and focus on your product," commentary, the individual writing this statement is confusing "marketing" with "advertising." " No, not every company that is just starting out has to use advertising to generate awareness and sales, but advertising is only a small component of the marketing mix. Not to get into a whole "Marketing 101" lesson, but The Four P's of Marketing (Product, Price, Place and Promotion) are all functions of Marketing. price. artist.
Why Nobody Should Buy Digg ?» Techipedia | Tamar Weinberg
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
JANUARY 24, 2008
Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Opinion , Social Media > Why Nobody Should Buy Digg Why Nobody Should Buy Digg by Tamar Weinberg on December 20, 2007 Share It hasn’t even been a week and my once positive outlook of Digg has come to a sour end. Yesterday, Brian Clark over at Copyblogger wrote that Digg is dead.
Build Blog Products That Sell 4: Price Your Product
APRIL 26, 2012
Not to turn this into a university-level economics lesson, but the tricky thing is to set a price that maximizes revenue. But if you could charge three times the price, and still retain half your audience, wouldn’t that make more sense? It’s tempting to lower the price as much as possible, in the hopes that every reduction will attract more buyers. They just conjure up a price and hope for the best. No one buys this kind of thing by volume. Don’t hide your price! That brings us to another thing not to do: treat the price as fine print.
The Three “Ss” of a Successful Live Event
SEPTEMBER 10, 2015
The problem is, as soon as people see a new channel is working for another business, they jump in, attracted by the “free advertising” this platform offers. There are costs involved, which may include renting a space, paying for speakers, marketing, advertising, travel costs, opportunity costs, food costs, and more, so it’s more risky. . Where should I market or advertise?
Advertising Your Blog: Go Viral on a Blogger’s Budget
JUNE 2, 2011
But now you are thinking about stepping into the league of the the big boys (and girls) and spending some money on advertising your blog to the world. In this article I am going to show you the ins and outs of advertising your blog on a budget. I am going to show you how to raise the money and then where to spend it to reap the most rewards. Where to advertise your blog.
10 Tips to Be a Social Media and Digital Marketing Rebel
SEPTEMBER 7, 2016
Unfortunately many of them don’t have close to the results and success they claim to have, yet they paint this picture that their “unique” methods work and that for the low, low price of $199, you too can be rich and famous if you buy their magical super powered class. They talk about differentiation and how to stand out from the crowd. We must ask WHY. iTunes.
20 Brilliant B2B Marketing and Digital Business Stats and Facts
AUGUST 25, 2015
Yet while 95% of B2B marketers have created corporate social media accounts, half are still not active on social media on a regular basis. • Don’t rely too much on advertising. When purchasing online, B2B buyers rate pricing as the most useful information (though not, generally, special offers or discounts). 40% of millennials (aged 25-34) don’t trust advertising.
Understanding the Difference Between “Want” and “Want to Buy”
JANUARY 30, 2011
Buying versus browsing. There’s a significant, actionable difference between admiration and buying intent. Yet all the admiration in the world couldn’t compete with the prospect’s lack of buying intent. Businesses tend to forecast and allocate advertising monies based on consumer feedback, which is unfortunately more “do you like? said one reader.
Can Publicly-Traded Social Media Companies Survive?
JULY 29, 2012
The reality is those that had connections to the IPO underwriters got first crack at buying shares when the stock went public. This means that fund managers and capital venture firms scooped up the lion’s share of the share leaving a few scraps behind for the consumers, who likely bought at inflated prices. Working for any publicly-traded is a unique experience. One simple word.
10 Ways to Woo Would-be Advertisers on Your Blog
NOVEMBER 17, 2012
That will not only help increase traffic to your blog: it will also attract advertisers to buy ads. but to make that a reality, you need to know how advertisers are evaluating your site. Here are ten factors that would help you understand what the advertisers consider before they’ll approach you about buying ad space. 1. Your blog must explicitly announce to the potential advertisers that it is ready to sell ads. Use an “Advertise with us” banner or message so that the advertisers know that they can buy space with you.
Facebook Ads vs. Google AdWords: Which Is Better for Your Business?
AUGUST 18, 2016
Is it an evil plot to pump up advertising spend? Joe Lazauskus , editor in chief at Contently , theorizes that marketers will respond to Facebook’s big algorithm change with more ad spend , which will, in turn drive up the price of ads: As publishers stare at their declining reach, Facebook’s dashboard will offer a helpful suggestion: “Pay $100 to reach 18,000 to 24,000 people with this post.” Do Facebook’s changes make Google AdWords a more viable advertising spend? Facebook’s numerous changes to its algorithm have many marketers scratching their heads. Possibly.
Google: The search party is not over
AUGUST 20, 2010
Google is no longer a growth stock, which means it's soaring stock price, which was firmly in place from the market lows of March 2009 through December 2009 will no longer be the norm. That brings us to the topic of appeal to advertisers. People who want business cards Google it, which make Google to dominant player for businesses seeking advertising exposure. Absolutely.
Marketers Must Balance Targeting With Audience Reach
AUGUST 23, 2016
The Wall Street Journal recently published a story that caused some alarm in marketing circles: “ P&G to Scale Back Targeted Facebook Ads.” A more representative, albeit longer, headline would have been: “P&G to Scale Back Highly Targeted Ads in Order to Increase Broader Reach Buys on Facebook.”. Advertisers experiment with new precise ad targeting. Buying very targeted, smaller audiences resulted in higher CPMs (cost per thousand impressions), but not much else. Broad, efficient and fraud-free reach to such massive audiences is a huge value proposition on its own.
Buying and Selling Blogs with Strong Personal Brands
JANUARY 9, 2011
Buy an existing blog and the blog’s voice changes immediately. This is of course a key consideration in buying or selling a personally branded blog. There’s a large and loyal community, a strong brand, an enormous, high-quality content inventory, and a raft of happy advertisers, affiliates, and so on. Sure, that might reduce the overall sale price of the site, but it certainly wouldn’t make it unsaleable. Buying (or selling) an existing blog isn’t like buying a used car: it doesn’t need to be a take-it-or-leave-it situation.
11 B2B Marketing Predictions for 2011
Buzz Marketing for Technology
DECEMBER 8, 2010
Facebook Advertising – will continue to improve and unfortunately get more expensive. After 9 years of Search Engine Marketing – I think it is safe to say any keyword you are going to buy is maxed out when it comes to the Google AdWords auction process. So people are looking for an alternative and that’s Facebook Advertising. Enjoy! Email this to a friend? Tweet This!
5 Reasons Your Facebook Ads Aren’t Performing
JUNE 14, 2016
This makes sense because you are not “cold calling” your leads via advertising. They are already warm and ready to buy. The other issue is choosing the bid price. Facebook Advertising Facebook page management tips budget dark posts interest targetingIf you’re a social media marketer, you know you have to run Facebook ads. When You’re Targeting Non-Fans. Children or pets.
How to Use a $5 Twitter Ad to Redefine Your Facebook Strategy
AUGUST 23, 2015
One of the best things about advertising on social media is that a small spend will get you a lot farther than on any other channel — digital or otherwise. Even $5 can buy you a number of engagements, clicks and eyeballs that you wouldn’t get anywhere else. Here is how you can use a $5 Twitter ad to redefine your Facebook advertising strategy… Click To Tweet.
How Airlines Use Social Media: Lessons for Everyone
JUNE 26, 2011
Integrated marketing emphasizes the 4 “C s (consumer, cost, convenience, and communication) over the 4 “P s (the four traditional components of the marketing mix — product, price, place, and promotion). The product characteristics have to match the specifics of what someone wants to buy, and part of what the consumer is buying is the personal “buying experience.
What We Can Learn from Walmart’s Bazillion Dollar Facebook Campaign
MAY 30, 2013
Based on the premise that a company’s Facebook fan is likely to shop more, buy bigger, and advocate more than a non fan, the study found that your average Coca-Cola Facebook fan is worth $70.16, while your average McDonalds fan is valued at more than twice that, at $182.98. Notice that there’s no call to action, no “buy now”, no sale, no price, no logo – nothing! either.
Is LinkedIn a Sign of What’s to Come for Social Media Networks? | Social You Should Know
Ignite Social Media
JUNE 20, 2016
Microsoft and LinkedIn made big headlines this week, while social networks continue to expand their advertising features. Microsoft Buys LinkedIn – A Sign of Things to Come? That and more in this week’s Social You Should Know. By now, you’ve probably heard the news that Microsoft bought LinkedIn for a whopping 26 billion dollars. It’s All About the Video, Baby.
How to Know You’re Getting the Best CPC for Your Facebook Campaign
AUGUST 19, 2016
To illustrate this, let’s compare sampling to–stay with me here–buying a car. Sampling stopping points can vary greatly depending on a number of factors like industry, campaign objective, audience size, Median CPC price point and Facebook’s pacing algorithm that is affected by the budget and duration of the ad. We all want more for less. Crash course in sampling.
The Missed Opportunity: How Brands Are Missing Out on Facebook
JULY 30, 2015
They focus on quantity and price over quality. And to build that base, they run contests and poorly targeted ads to people who aren’t all that likely to buy from them. 2. The more traffic you drive, the more relevant people you can target to read more content, join your email list and buy your product. By now you know about how powerful Facebook can be for brands.
Change Your Marketing. Change Your Brain.
JANUARY 16, 2014
Don''t stop advertising. Do a quick search online for the "death of marketing and advertising," and you will be shocked at the level of discourse out there. It has become so heated that an entirely new group of people called, Growth Hacker Marketers , seem to be the pinup dolls for a new way to build customers, loyalty and push sales (while calling for an end to the advertisers). The idea here isn''t to stop advertising; it''s to start marketing in a more powerful and effective way. First, do you know the difference between marketing and advertising?
Your Brand Is A Learning Space
JUNE 26, 2015
So, if brands are struggling with their advertising to drive business, and have turned to content, digital platforms, social media and mobile to better connect with an ever-evolving consumer, why do we have the expectation that traditional advertising on new media platforms will deliver the efficacy needed for businesses to evolve in the future? but who they are buying it from. Some customers simply want the best price delivered in the most efficient way. Even if they can't buy something online, they want to know the price, and where it is available.
Facebook Lead Ads: Coming to Desktop, Carousel, Video, CRM Integration
OCTOBER 7, 2015
Facebook has started testing and rolling out a series of features to help combat this, including instant articles and the “Buy” button. In particular, most advertisers have seen the issues with collecting information from users while on a mobile device. You will optimize for leads by default, with Facebook attempting to get you the most leads for the best price.
The Future of Branding is About Making Friends, Not Ads
Social Media Strategery
MAY 11, 2012
Seemed especially fitting for me as I've railed against traditional advertising ("look at me!! come buy my stuff!! It has really changed the way I think about business, branding, public relations, and advertising. It's been said often, but it bears repeating: People don't buy brands. Make friends, not ads.™ They join them.
Facebook Releases Free Training Resources for Marketers
APRIL 21, 2015
Some of the materials, though, are actually quite good — especially considering the price (free). Advertising Objectives. Buying Channels. Power Editor (Advanced Advertisers). Story Packs are Facebook advertising templates for three different industries: Restaurants. Many of them are quite valuable and are great for new advertisers. Blueprint. Retail.
Using Social Media to Reach the Hard-Working Class
Social Media Strategery
JUNE 1, 2013
And while they are price sensitive, they also have many smart strategies for making ends meet. They use coupons to save money…but also to get that feeling of “getting a deal” They buy generic brands…but will spend more for “tried-and-true” brand names. They’re looking for more value, not just lower prices. What Go where they are.
How to Create an Evergreen Facebook Ad Campaign
JANUARY 7, 2016
They may have even bought an entry-level, low-priced product. We’ll do this through a series of ads to get those subscribers to buy our product. Set Optimization & Pricing. Facebook Marketing Tutorials Facebook Ads How To Facebook AdvertisingThe reason this happens is often quite simple. They are showing the same ad or group of ads to the same people.
Are You Addicted To Empire Avenue Yet?
MAY 16, 2011
Empire Avenue is a stock market simulation social network game that allows users to buy and sell shares of people and websites. The system measures that activity and the level of engagement your content provokes, and then assesses your share price based on that activity. Im not sure exactly how I came across it but that doesn’t matter. InsideView Empire Avenue.