Newsflash!(?) Facebook either introduced some seriously radical targeting features to Power Editor or Power Editor is being a bit wonky. We’re hoping for the former, because with this new targeting feature (?) marketers can now target Precise Interests AND Broad Categories. At the SAME TIME.
With March Madness upon us, we decide to have a little fun and research which NCAA Division I basketball conferences sport the the highest percentage of underage students who are stupid enough to admit it on Facebook. Read on for the dirt!
Last week, Facebook unrolled a new layout for their All Campaigns Page– which, surprisingly, lacks crucial at-a-glance information for advertisers. Far be it from us to assume what’s going on in Zuckerberg & Co.’s head, but one thing’s for certain: Facebook API tools are now more crucial than ever, especially for managers of large campaigns. […]
Facebook has swept the social scene by storm. In just under seven years since its inception, the pulsing community has grown to approach 600 million members, many of whom are ready, willing and even eager to be distracted engaged. This breadth of community managers’ organic reach coupled with, among other things, killer targeting capabilities and […]
A week or so ago, Facebook rolled out a massive user profile interface face-lift. With it came brand spakin’ new profile info fields members were encouraged to complete. The “Interests” umbrella burst open. Suddenly, Zuck & Co. wanted to learn about the “People Who Inspire You,” the “Sports You Play,” your “Favorite Teams,” and “Favorite […]