Tag Archives: Facebook advertising

Facebook Simplifies Contest Rules and Provides Images for Ads

Facebook Makes It Easier to Run Promotions on Pages

You are no longer required to use third party apps to run contests, promotions, sweepstakes, and giveaways via a Facebook brand page. Facebook’s official announcement says:

Now, promotions may be administered on Page Timelines and in apps on Facebook.

Plus, Shutterstock has partnered with Facebook to provide images for use in ads — at no extra charge for the images. Read all about it in today’s post.   read more >

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Loads of Changes Afoot for Your Facebook Account

The folks at Facebook have been busy making changes. Here’s a recap of the latest, greatest (or not-so-greatest) changes you should be aware of. HIghlights include:

  • New rules for Facebook cover photos
  • Facebook scam alert
  • Pages Manager app for Android
  • Convenient new ad tool
  • Single-column personal profiles coming coming soon
  • Infographic: Facebook wall post cheat sheet

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Facebook Ad Tutorial: How to Link Your Ad to a Web Page or Facebook Page

By Carrie Schmeck Blogging Bistro’s Facebook Ad Specialist In Part 1 of this series, we realized we needed to define our marketing goal before answering the burning question: When Facebook asks for a Destination, should I use my Facebook Page…   read more >

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Ask the Expert: Should You Link Your Facebook Ad to Your Facebook Page or Your Website?

Where Shall I Send Thee? By Carrie Schmeck Blogging Bistro’s Facebook Ad Specialist In an earlier post, I hailed the merits of Facebook Ads for their targeting power and responsiveness and suggested they play on the team of your marketing…   read more >

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Facebook Ads: Three Ways to Use Them

When my husband and I first started dating, he says he “knew” I was the one. Three weeks into the relationship, he dragged me into a jewelry store and suggested I pick out a ring.

The only thing that kept me from bolting was knowing I didn’t have a ride home.   read more >

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