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Welcome to a new issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. The social media giants put fake news in their crosshairs ahead of the 2020 U.S. Census and elections, and new features abound! 

IGTV Hopes You’ll Do More If You’re Paid

Instagram is finally proposing monetization of IGTV! To encourage creators to generate higher quality content, the Instagram Partner Program would allow them to earn ad money, with a model similar to Facebook Watch.

Get ready to monetize: https://techcrunch.com/2020/02/06/igtv-ads/

Facebook Has That Thing You Wanted

Want to know about price drops, back in stocks, and other ecommerce alerts? Facebook has launched One Time Notification API Messenger, allowing businesses to send a follow-up message to users who have requested to be notified. Merchants can set a variety of notifications- visitors opt in themselves. 

Learn more about this new API here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-one-time-notification-api-to-messenger-for-business/571725/

New Video Trimming Tool For Instagram

Instagram continues to up its game against video content rivals with a potential video trimming tool for Stories. The new feature would allow users to cut and edit videos directly on the platform, speeding up the process of editing and uploading videos to stories.  

Want all the details? Click here: https://marketingland.com/social-shorts-instagram-tests-new-stories-trimming-tool-whatsapp-hits-2b-users-pinterest-to-verify-merchants-276108

Twitter Fights Census Misinformation

In order to make it easier for users to find information from reliable and verified sources, Twitter is working on further measures to detect and eliminate misinformation related to the 2020 US Census. Twitter has promised collaboration with the U.S. Census Bureau to determine effective measures to reduce misleading information about the survey. Twitter also plans to activate its election integrity policy for this event.

Learn more about Twitter’s measures against misinformation here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitter-outlines-measures-to-detect-and-remove-misinformation-relating-to-t/572125/

Facebook Partners With Reuters For Fact Checking

As the US presidential elections approach, Reuters has formed an alliance with Facebook to verify the authenticity of photos, videos, news, headlines that are published on the platform. This does not mean that all published content will be directly checked; Reuters’ team will focus specifically on Facebook’s US audience.

The objective of this partnership is to offer Facebook Reuter’s understanding of key fact-checking principles. 

Get the truth here: 

https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-expands-fact-checking-efforts-in-new-partnership-with-reuters/572235/

And it’s the end of a week full of great (verified) news and new features. We hope to see you in another edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

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Today in Marketing Updates with Motion Ave, the call and form tracking platform CallRail brings us exciting integrations that will up your game. Meanwhile, Facebook and Snapchat make changes to their platforms. Discover it all here! 

Facebook Shuts Down Mobile Web Placements And In-stream Placements 

As of April 11, Facebook Audience Network will no longer receive ad requests for mobile web and in-stream placements, and no bid requests after this date will be accepted. Their decision is based on current partner demands that include the development of other formats across mobile apps.

Will this change affect you? Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/help/publisher/645132129564436

https://www.adweek.com/digital/facebook-audience-network-will-no-longer-offer-mobile-web-and-in-stream-placements/

CallRail Launches Analytics Integrations With Google

CallRail, a call tracking intelligence company, launched a new integration with Google My Business that will allow users to better analyze call insights on the platform. With this integration you’ll be able to know if a call was answered, and if it was generated from the desktop or mobile version. Now, call insights will no longer be a limitation at GMB!

Find out what other metrics you can analyze here: 

https://searchengineland.com/callrail-adds-call-analytics-integration-with-google-my-business-327889

CallRail is also introducing Google Ads Lead Forms Extension integration. Now marketers and users will be able to get real time data from the lead form extension, plus a better understanding of this information. Data from Google Ads will be available next to the call data and these can be stored indefinitely without difficulty. 

Want more details? Click here: https://martechseries.com/sales-marketing/programmatic-buying/callrails-first-market-google-ads-integration-allows-marketers-capture-analyze-leads-directly-serp/

Bitmoji Series on Snapchat

Snapchat has just launched a new interactive activity on its platform: Bitmoji TV. Due to the growing demand for short, TV-like content within the platform, the company decided to create this new feature that will allow users to watch their custom Bitmoji avatars in their own full-motion cartoon series. 

Discover the new adventures your Bitmoji will embark on here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/snapchats-bitmoji-tv-will-be-launched-this-weekend/571442/

That’s it for today! Eager to know more? Join us again for another edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

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Happy New Year 2020! We are back to bring you the most relevant marketing news of the week! And of course, facebook is still a big topic this year. Want to know why? Read on!

Facebook Confirms It Won’t Ban Political Ads

Facebook confirms that it will not limit the way political ads target its audience and voters. Many consider this a bad decision, as it still does not limit the lies and misinformation in those ads. The only solution the platform offers is to give users more control tools so they can manage the amount of ads they see. 

If you want to know if this solves anything click here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/facebook-to-keep-targeted-political-ads-but-will-give-users-more-control-11578567603

No More Messenger Without Facebook

Before December 2019 users could download the Messenger app, login and start talking to their friends without having an active Facebook account. However, this past December they quietly eliminated that possibility. 

Want to know why? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-removes-option-to-create-a-messenger-account-without-a-facebook-pr/569638/

Google Ads Says Bye To Message Extension 

This 2020 Google Ads has decided to remove the message extension option in Adwords. The feature will be removed on January 27th and users will not be able to modify it in new or current campaigns. 

Want to know more details? https://ppc.land/google-to-sunset-message-extensions-in-google-ads/

And that’s it for this week! Stay tuned for more Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

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A new edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave is here! Platform changes, new options, and political controversy top the headlines of the biggest social platforms. Read on to find out more! 

Twitter Could Allow Scheduling Tweet On Web App

Twitter has jumped on the bandwagon of integrating scheduling features directly on their social platform. Twitter could now let you schedule tweets. Until now it had only been possible to schedule tweets on Twitter through TweetDeck and other third-party services such as Hootsuite, Buffer or SproutSocial. However, in recent days Twitter launched a test in which some users will have the ability to schedule tweets directly in the compose window in the web app.

Are you one of the lucky ones? Find out here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/20/20974686/twitter-test-tweet-scheduling-main-web-app-tweetdeck-buffer

Facebook Launch Options To Better Control Ad Placement

In 2017 YouTube lost millions of dollars in revenue after brands removed their ads from the platform for fear that their ads would appear alongside hate speech content. To prevent this from happening on its platform, Facebook launched new features that will allow advertisers to have more control over where their ads appear across Facebook’s ad delivery networks.

Get to know the new ad options here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-new-options-for-brands-to-control-ad-placements/567748/

Google Also Limits Political Advertising

Google also joins the trend and limits in some way the reach of political ads. Unlike Twitter, Google will not ban political ads, but will limit their targeting capacity, in addition to taking action against “demonstrably false claims” that can influence a voter’s voting decision or generate mistrust in the electoral process. For now, political ad targeting will be limited to age and location.

Get to know more here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/11/20/google-limits-political-ad-targeting-and-all-demonstrably-false-claims/

Pinterest To Support Small Businesses This Holiday Season

Pinterest has launched a page exclusively populated with shoppable product pins from a curated list of small US businesses, mostly run by women. With this initiative Pinterest seeks to support this type of business that in their own words offer “something you won’t find at every other box store on the block.”

Organize your holiday gift list here: https://www.bizjournals.com/bizwomen/news/latest-news/2019/11/pinterest-highlightssmall-businesses-for-holiday.html

A new week ends with Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. We look forward to having you here next week to learn more about marketing news and the world of online advertisi

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Welcome to another issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. The features that were released this week could change the marketing game, so don’t miss out on any of these marketing news! 

Instagram Tests Hiding Likes In The US

In order for people to focus more on publishing truly quality content, Instagram decided to start testing a new idea: hiding likes from followers. Now users will start following accounts, not because of their popularity but because of their content. This new feature has already been tested in 7 countries and will finally arrive in the US.

Do you want to know if your likes will be hidden? Click on the link: https://edition.cnn.com/2019/11/11/tech/instagram-likes-going-away/index.html

Google Will Warn Users Of Slow Pages

As a way to encourage publishers to improve the speed of their websites, Google decided to use some small badges that will tell users if a page is slow or not before they decide to click on the link. With this, the company seeks to reward fast websites and provide valuable information for users of the platform.  

Know more here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-chrome-speed-badges/335261/?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=twitter-auto-publish

Twitter Will Let You Switch Accounts When Tweeting

It will now be possible to switch accounts directly on twitter when replying to tweets. This functionality was already available in TweetDeck, but now finally arrive to the main app. This will give users the opportunity to perform more actions on the app and manage their multiple accounts more easily. 

Want to know more? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitters-testing-a-new-option-which-would-enable-you-to-switch-accounts-in/566976/

Google Ads Editor Has Been Updated

In addition to power support app campaigns for engagement and Discovery campaigns, new features were added to the platform such as: shared negative keyword lists, searchable errors, which allows you to search for errors in your campaigns, maximize conversion value for search campaigns and more.

Get to know all the details here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-editor-gets-new-features-support-for-new-campaign-types/334501/

Facebook Expands On-Platform Payments

The Facebook Pay tool now arrives in the US. Facebook’s payment tool now arrives in the United States. This new on-platform payment alternative will offer users the opportunity to purchase products more easily on Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and Messenger. You’ll be able to add your preferred payment method only once (not every time you make a purchase), get customer support live, view your payment history and more. 

Know more about this launch here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-rolls-out-facebook-pay-to-the-us-expanding-on-platform-payments/567164/

That’s it for this week! We hope to see you soon with new Marketing Updates With Motion Ave! 

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Welcome to another issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. This week was all about Facebook- with plenty of controversy at no extra charge! While a little less busy, Twitter also made big headlines with a simple move. Read it all now!

Facebook Wants You To NOTICE THEIR NEW LOGO

Big. Powerful. Changes color. Hanging around everywhere. Capturing and devouring everything it meets.  No, it isn’t a giant cuttlefish, though your confusion is understandable. It’s FACEBOOK.

FACEBOOK has updated its logo to represent its new outlook as the company that owns most of the places the world pays attention to. The new logo, already being decried as jarring and off-brand, will be displayed in a different color on each of FACEBOOK’s new holdings: green for WhatsApp From FACEBOOK, Pink for Instagram from FACEBOOK, and blue for FACEBOOK from FACEBOOK. 

If there’s one thing we know, it’s that shouting and constantly changing your image is a great way to get people’s attention and show what a nice guy you are.

Embrace change here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/4/20947854/facebook-new-logo-design-change-parent-company-instagram-whatsapp

Twitter Refuses To Take Someone’s Money, Saves Democracy

Arguably some of the biggest news this week was Twitter’s announcement banning all political ads. While political messages, images, and content will continue to exist across 99.380245% of the platform, they must generate reach on their own through following and retweeting, like everything else- no more purchasing mandatory slices of users attention.

The ban applies to all ads featuring candidates in political campaigns as well as those advocating legislation on major issues, such as climate change and healthcare. How “major” an issue? What about ads that don’t directly name candidates? 

So. To be clear: Twitter allows no ads containing any political action. FACEBOOK allows any and all political ads. Everyone is outraged at both.

Democracy in action. The system works, you guys! 

Join the debate here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitter-bans-all-political-ads-in-response-to-concerns-around-misinformatio/566259/

https://techcrunch.com/2019/11/02/twitters-political-ads-ban-is-a-distraction-from-the-real-problem-with-platforms/

FACEBOOK Won’t Judge Your Politics, But It Might Judge Your Grammar

The newest evolution of FACEBOOK’s responsive ads includes the ability to supply several versions of copy, headlines, and post descriptions for a single ad- and, just as it already does for images, FACEBOOK’s algorithm will determine which text combination will bring the best results. 

This next step for responsive ads ultimately gives FACEBOOK full control of every element of your ad (though, to be fair, you don’t HAVE to create responsive ads). This illustrates a bigger philosophical point in the FACEBOOK landscape- sure, you’re giving up your ability to make decisions about anything, but someone’s doing your most difficult work for you, and there’s memes to read.

Find out more here: https://marketingland.com/responsive-ads-come-to-facebook-with-multiple-text-optimization-270013

FACEBOOK Changes Video Ad Metrics

No more 10-Second Video Views counts (or related metrics). FACEBOOK has swapped this out for what’s intended to be a more useful measure of activity, ThruPlays: the number of times your video has been played completely or up to 15 seconds. 

Oh. And a bunch of metrics have been renamed, like “Video Watches At 25%” is now “Video Plays at 25%” to reflect that people might be clickfarming, I mean distracted.

Go to the tape here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-announces-changes-to-ad-metrics-including-removal-of-10-second-vi/566382/

FACEBOOK Saves Marketers From Themselves With New Ad Limits

Starting mid next year, FACEBOOK will limit the number of ads a page can run. To prepare advertisers for this drastic change, FACEBOOK has launched the new Ad Volume API that allows you to see how many ads are running on a page, and how many are in review. 

FACEBOOK assures everyone that having too many ads can harm advertisers’ performance. The logic is that if you have a large volume of ads, fewer come out of the learning phase and a lot of budget is spent before the system updates the ad performance. 

It’s very nice of FACEBOOK to be so responsible with our money.

Want to know more? Click here: https://marketingland.com/facebook-to-limit-number-of-ads-pages-can-run-simultaneously-270449

Need a break from hearing about FACEBOOK? Take a week! We’ll be back with more Marketing Updates With Motion Ave featuring news on everyone’s favorite gigantic social media conglomerate!

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This week Marketing Updates With Motion Ave is loaded with new ads on Instagram, new features on Twitter and a self-destructive message on Whatsapp! Read on to find out more! 

Instagram Tests New AR Ad

Instagram offers new possibilities for retailers through augmented reality. Users with the proper hardware can harness the “try on” format to see what those sunglasses look like on them. Presently, this feature is only available for cosmetics and eyewear products- but the possibilities of allowing direct experiences of a wide range of products, remotely, are obvious.

Try on the future here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/instagrams-now-testing-new-ar-try-on-ads-with-selected-advertisers/564349/

WhatsApp Launches Self-Destructing Messages

It’s become a proverb of our times that what you say online haunts you forever, and is never truly gone. WhatsApp aims to let us make our content a little less permanent. Want to communicate a sensitive message for a limited time? A new feature in development lets you give a specific message a 5 second or 1 hour lifespan (just those two choices for now, for some reason), after which it’s gone forever. 

This message will self-destruct in 30 seconds – read more here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/10/1/20893033/whatsapp-disappearing-messages-beta-self-destruct-privacy-security

Instagram Stops Creepin

The ‘gram has finally kicked the Following Tab to the curb. The feature that went from being a tool to detect models, trends and influencers to monitoring your partner’s every move is gone forever. Good riddance, if you ask us- and given its declining usage statistics, we’ve got plenty of company.

Close the curtains here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/07/instagram-is-killing-its-creepy-stalking-feature-the-following-tab/

Twitter Realizes Social Media Needs To Be Faster

Worried you’ll get bored on Twitter? You could go do something healthy while waiting for your feed… nah, just kidding. Twitter’s new “Stream” feature now lets you see tweets as they happen live, updating your timeline in real-time. Thank goodness. We almost had to move over to Facebook for a moment.

Get the whole story here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitters-testing-a-new-option-to-stream-tweets-in-real-time/564341/

That’s all for this week. Next week we’ll be back with more marketing news that won’t be self-destructing in the near future!

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This week’s marketing news is about “new” features from all the major channels. Intrigued? Read on! 

I’m Snapchat, and I Approve This Message

Although Snapchat hasn’t really established itself as a platform for paid political advertising yet, the platform is planning for the future and launching a political ads library with the aim of making its role in political promotions transparent: the library will feature data including who paid (and how much they paid) for political messages featured on Snapchat, clearly acting in repudiation of Facebook’s past status as “the place bad actors go to screw around with democracy consequence-free.”

Prepare yourself:

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/15/tech/snapchat-political-ads/

https://www.snap.com/en-US/political-ads/

Google Optimization Scores Now On Mobile App

You probably already knew that the Google Optimization Score, ranging from 0% to 100%, gives a rough measure of how effectively crafted your ad campaign is since it allows you to visualize how well they are optimized. The platform has now updated the mobile ads app, allowing you to track this away from your desktop as well. 

Learn more about this feature here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-app-now-displays-campaign-optimization-scores/325819/#close

New Tools For Live Broadcast And Video On Facebook

Facebook continues to introduce and boost features as it competes with YouTube for market share of content creators, especially video. They’ve launched new rehearsal and trimming options for Facebook Live, allowing creators to show their videos to admin Pages and editors to test their content first, and trim the beginning and end of Live broadcast replays.

They’ve also updated the Watch Party feature, adding the ability to schedule parties which will generate an announcement post to notify followers when the Watch Party begins. 

Join the party here:

https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-new-video-publishing-tools-including-live-rehearsals-and-wat/563030/

Google Memory Will Definitely Remind You Of Something

Instagram Stories are pretty popular, huh? Isn’t it weird that other photo-sharing social media isn’t doing the same thing? Not Google, of course- they’re still cool!

In a move that doesn’t remind anyone of Google+ or “Remember This Day,” Google Photos adds the Memory option, creating a Story-like (but private, personal, and tweakable) album of past photos. On a more practical note, Photos is rolling out enhanced sharing and photo printing options after people have had a few months to get used to Memory.

Share the memories here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/09/12/google-photos-adds-a-time-traveling-version-of-stories-plus-more-sharing-and-printing-options/

Instagram Takes A Clip From…

TikTok clips are really popular, huh? Isn’t it weird that other video-sharing social media isn’t doing the same thing? Not Instagram, of course- they’re still cool!

Instagram changes the video world forever with their new feature, “Clips,” that just like TikTok will allow users to record segments of videos into a single video Story, overlay music on clips and adjust the speed and timer of each video.

The competition is real: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/instagrams-reportedly-working-on-a-new-tool-which-replicates-tiktoks-key/562726/

It’s going to be interesting to look back on the evolution of all these platforms three years from now, when they’ve basically become identical twins of one another, slowly converging on the same feature and content offerings, isn’t it? Maybe Google Memory will show us today’s article! Look on the bright side of all this homogeneity- eventually it won’t matter which channel you use most! 

Want to know more about the world of marketing today and tomorrow? Stay tuned for more Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. next week!

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Tired of Facebook? We hope not, because this week has been full of changes and new features that are keeping the #1 social media platform center stage! Check out all this news and more in a new edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave!

Facebook Messenger: Platform Policies Changes and New Features 

Facebook will introduce new changes to its messaging platform, some of which could change the rules of the ads and bots game forever. One of the most relevant is related to chatbots and standard messaging; beginning January 25th, 2020 the +1 message of the 24+1 rule will be eliminated. Also, it was announced that on that date the only pages that will be able to send subscription messages will be those registered in the new News Page Index.

Other changes to the Messenger platform include a lead generation flow template within Facebook Ads Manager, new integrated appointment booking options, and the phase-out of the Discover Tab.

Learn more about these changes here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-announces-new-business-tools-for-messenger-interactions/561989/

Instagram Tests Back-To-Back Ad Stories

According to Adweek, Instagram is performing a small-scale test in which a small number of users see two back-to-back ads from different brands, instead of one brand at a time. This could undoubtedly have a big impact on story advertising, as marketers would have to focus more than ever on the creative element of their ads to compete for audience attention.

Stay updated on this news here: http://bit.ly/BackToBackAdStories

Hidden Likes Now On Facebook

Facebook may remove the like count in its News Feed. In addition to testing this strategy in several countries with Instagram, the technology giant is testing hiding the total number of likes in Facebook posts, only letting you see some names of some friends who reacted to the comment. This decision seeks to dissuade users from self-censorship when they don’t get the same number of likes or reactions in a post as other users.

Want to know more about Facebook’s intentions? Click here: https://techcrunch.com/2019/09/02/facebook-hidden-likes/

Facebook Page Stories Will Have Their Own Panel

In an attempt to make its stories feature more visible and attractive, Facebook launches a test in which fan page stories are visible in a new, in-Feed panel. In terms of brand exposure, this is a good opportunity for marketers to promote their brands, and for Facebook stories to gain the same relevance that this feature usually has on Instagram. 

Learn how to use this new option to your advantage here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-highlights-page-stories-in-feed-separate-panel-expanding-opportun/562095/

Had enough? We hope not! We look forward to seeing you next week with a new batch of marketing news at Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

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This week Facebook and Friends are back on the front pages of the marketing news platforms- but Twitter also vies for our attention on this edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave.! 

Instagram From Facebook Battles Snapchat From Snapchat For Messaging Supremacy, Copies Oversharing

Since its inception Snapchat has positioned itself as the best app to establish connections between close friends. Facebook is now looking to replicate this x10 in their own ecosystem with Threads, a companion app to Instagram that would invite users to share their locations, status, photos, texts and even battery life with their list of “close friends.” Too busy to actively pass all this vital info on to your friends? Engage the “automatic sharing” option that will periodically share breaking news about your battery and where you’re standing (and, admittedly, more). 

Sharing is caring here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/8/26/20833903/facebook-instagram-threads-messaging-app-close-friends-snapchat

Twitter Ad Researchers: “Carousel, But More”

Twitter is leaning hard into the carousel ads format to additional campaign types following testing in recent months. Now, carousel ads can be used in tweet campaigns with a larger image panel and a swipeable carousel stream. 

Go big or go home here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitter-tests-new-larger-image-tweet-carousel-ad-format/561712/

Facebook Becomes Most Honest Social Media Network Ever, Achieves “Transparency” 

Facebook has completed its ‘fearless moral inventory’ and has emerged to the breathlessly waiting public a new network, free of scandal and impropriety forevermore. Just kidding. Facebook by Facebook has begun a veeeeery slow rollout of new transparency and privacy options. Most critical among these is “Off-Facebook Activity,” a new feature that will allow you to see the information that Facebook has collected about you through external sources, that is, through all the websites you have visited and apps you have used besides Facebook as well as the long-awaited “opt-out” ability: once this new functionality finally reaches your country, you’ll be able to tell Facebook to never again pair the terabytes of data it collects on your online behavior with your account again- the social media giant will have to content itself with adding your usage data to its vast anonymized metadata that it sells for billions a year.

Meet the dawning of the new age here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/20/technology/facebook-tool-privacy-apps-websites.html

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/nicolenguyen/off-facebook-activity-feature-clear-history

Ads On Instagram’s Explore Feed

Instagram From Facebook brings ads to Explore, offering advertisers the opportunity to insert themselves into the highly-attended feed of most popular content. Through the automatic placement option, advertisers will be able to extend their campaigns to this feed and get greater reach. This new ad option will not be available immediately, but some ads are already being randomly sprinkled into the Explore Feed as part of testing.

Get ready for this new opportunity here: https://business.instagram.com/blog/bringing-ads-to-explore/?fbclid=IwAR1HIM9KvILI7MFyPk1kyPOiqy2WQ-u6Wdn7h3Rjxw7wd7G3NcUnrJQ_qqM

Facebook Creates More Shiny, Imaginary Prizes To Keep You Interested

Facebook launches a new set of badges to reward users who actively participate in groups and pages and encourage them to continue interacting. This feature gives administrators the ability to better understand their fans and try to build a sense of community through reinforcing behavior that keeps their ecosystem active. 

Win fabulous prizes here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-more-page-badges-to-encourage-engagement/561625/

That’s it for this week! Just wait for more news, more controversy and more ads in the next edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave.

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