There’s no question whether social media is the future or not: Just read the latest news and you’ll understand!
Save time monitoring and adjusting allocations by assigning one budget across a set of campaigns in Bing through their new feature called Shared Budgets. “Bing Ads has been busy. In the past week, it has rolled out Expanded Text Ads and a more comprehensive campaign set up workflow that provides performance estimates along the way. On Thursday, Bing Ads announced the global release of Shared Budgets.”
If you thought mobile wasn’t going to grow even more, you were wrong! By 2018, Facebook will earn $37.98 billion in net mobile internet ad revenues says a research made by eMarketer. “Facebook is still going pedal to the metal when it comes to building out its products and services,” said eMarketers principal analyst Debra Aho Williamson.
It was expected that advertising on television was about to kick the bucket at some point. Well, apparently that moment is not far away since the average unit cost for the biggest broadcast networks went down from 7.6% to $86,000 for a 30-second commercial from $93,300 in 2015.
Last week, Twitter announced that it will shut down its video sharing social network Vine. Existing Vines will still be found on the website and Twitter announced that it will share details of the closure on its own Twitter account. This is sad news to all content creators out there! :(
Do you have a MasterCard account and a Facebook account? Soon, you’ll be able to manage your money through Facebook Messenger. How about changing your passcode by now?
We’d really love to know how Evan Spiegel, the founder of Snapchat, feels every time Facebook releases another feature similar to what Snapchat has to offer. This time, Facebook’s new feature will let users add different masks and effects to live videos using MSQRD the app bought in march.