How to Scale Your Ad Campaigns with the Facebook Power Editor

ANA GOTTER | February 28, 2019

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We all know that PPC ads can have an enormous payoff and yield outstanding ROI. We also, unfortunately, know that the ad creation and management process can take up a huge amount of time. It can be exhausting enough to create a single ad, but then testing multiple variations or actually scaling your campaigns can be a little confusing at best, particularly on labor-intensive platforms like Facebook.

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Amazon Big Game Ad Tallies the Most Views via YouTube AdBlitz

Article | February 10, 2020

YouTube revealed the five most-viewed Super Bowl LIV ads on its YouTube AdBlitz portal for Big Game spots. YouTube ads marketing cultural moments and trends lead Gina Shalavi unveiled the top five by views as of 11:59 p.m. ET Feb. 5, as well as short descriptions of the ads, in a blog post Monday. Amazon topped the list by asking, “What did we do before Alexa?” Shalavi wrote, “With a medieval theme, people cover everything, from the temperature to news to jokes, all features on Alexa.” The spot features Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi. Bill Murray helped drive Jeep to the second spot with Groundhog Day, and Shalavi wrote, “Murray takes a groundhog and escapes in an orange Jeep for endless adventures.”

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Google Ads ends monthly campaign budget test

Article | April 1, 2020

Google has ended its short-lived test of monthly ad budgets, it appears. Advertisers that had access are now being notified, according to a screenshot of the notice that Gianpaolo Lorusso of AdWorld Experience tweeted on Wednesday. Advertisers were told, “Monthly budgeting will no longer be available as of April 2020. Your campaign budgets will automatically switch to daily then, or you can update to daily budgets anytime before April.”

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3 Online Advertising Trends to Dominate the 2020s

Article | February 13, 2020

Even though the digital advertising landscape has been evolving exceptionally fast over the past decade, the pace is only getting faster in the next one. The global ad spend is on its sharp ascend, and the mobile ad market is flourishing on the verge of 5G worldwide adoption. Sound logos, podcast advertising, personalized ads in navigation apps all of these are the new digital advertising realities we’re already in, and tomorrow won’t be different. Consider this: reaching the target audience in the right context is easier if your story is palpable with no visuals. More importantly, engaging the audience, suffering from short attention spans on the go is faster with audio than ever before, especially the commuting and driving types.

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After spending more than $76 million on advertising, bernie sanders ends his white house bid

Article | April 8, 2020

Vermont’s senior U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders today ended his campaign for the presidency, leaving former Vice President Joe Biden as the presumptive Democratic Party nominee set to take on President Trump. Biden swept Florida, Illinois and Arizona in Tuesday's primary voting. According to the latest Ad Age Campaign Ad Scorecard analysis, led by Ad Age Datacenter Director of Data Management Kevin Brown in partnership with Kantar/CMAG, Sanders spent just over $76 million on advertising in pursuit of the presidency from the start of his campaign through April 7, including advance spending—although Sanders and Biden had both drastically curtailed ad spending in recent weeks as the coronavirus pandemic escalated. Sanders’ spending, as tracked by Ad Age Datacenter, includes TV, radio, cable and digital across Facebook and Google properties. Unlike the other major Democratic presidential candidates, Sanders received no funding from political action committees.

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