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Facebook Pixel: The Holy Grail in Retargeting Campaigns on Facebook.
Retargeting, also known as Remarketing, is the most powerful online branding and conversion optimisation tool for online Advertising; grounded on a cookie-based technology that can help your brand in front of bounced traffic after they leave your website, Retargeting is the key for your success in terms of target audience management and returns on investments.
If sticking pins into crude effigies of your competitors were an effective business approach, everyone would be doing it. Bookshelves would be overflowing with titles such as “The Voodoo Method” or “Juju to Success”. It isn’t and they aren’t – for good reason. It doesn’t work. In contrast, the benefits of a strategic approach to business are widely recognised. This is why, for example, the vast majority of enterprises begin life as a business plan.
Why should I use the Facebook Pixel?
Do you use Facebook ads? If the answer is yes, one of the tools you should definitely be using to help you get the very best from your campaign is Facebook Pixel. Once properly set up, this element can even help you save some money on your ad budget.
Social networks are one of the fastest growing industries in the world. By the end of 2019, it’s estimated that there will be around 2.77 billion social media users worldwide. That’s a staggering increase of 310 million people from the 2.46 billion users in 2017.
The Headspace app is all about health and wellbeing. It focuses on meditation for adults, kids, work, sleep, focus, stress, and anxiety. The app claims to ‘teach you the life-changing skills of meditation and mindfulness in just a few minutes a day’, this means that you can meditate in the comfort of your own home or anywhere you feel like meditating!
Ephemeral content is content that lasts for 24 hours or less. Instagram, Facebook and Instagram have all adopted ‘stories’ since Snapchats boom over the last few years. Taking inspiration from the Snapchat trend, stories are often 30-second long video/image content that disappears 24 hours later. It may seem pointless to create content that will soon be gone forever, but studies have shown that ephemeral content produces the most engagement.
Welcome to Shoo Social Media. Have you ever wanted to use Twitter, but not know what to actually do on the Social Media platform? Well. today is your lucky day. These five top tips on Twitter will ensure that your Twitter game is on point!
Welcome to Shoo Social Media! Have you ever wanted to use Instagram, but just ended up confused as soon as you load the platform up on your mobile device? Well, keep on reading, because we have five top tips to cure your Instagram anxieties
Do you know how to use Facebook, but would love to make sure that your Facebook game is at the best level that it can be? Them keep on reading, as, today’s post is all about, Shoo Social Media’s ‘Five Top Tips On Using Facebook.
Welcome to Shoo Social Media. I hope that you are having a great day.
Today, Shoo Social Media, are introducing a new team of savvy social media experts that will be creating blog posts for the next 4 weeks.
Social media is one of the most important advertising tools that a business can use. More than 80% of internet users use Facebook, and this doesn’t taper off as audiences get older, as 65% of internet users over 65 have and use a Facebook account.
You may already be aware of the more sophisticated schemes cybercriminals use to access your private data such as hacking. But there is an even more sinister approach that does not get the coverage it deserves, given its potency. Social engineering involves the use of psychological manipulation techniques to obtain personal information from individuals and perpetuate scams.
After a lengthy battle with the Federation of German Consumer Organisations (“FGCO”) regarding Facebook’s data protection policies, the Berlin Regional Court (“BRC”) has found that Facebook’s use of its users’ data was illegal.
Snapchat is a veritable infant in the social media family. It first made it’s way onto our mobile phones in September 2011, and has grown rapidly ever since.
On the 11th of January, Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement that Facebook’s news feed is due to undergo a significant change. To keep users from passively consuming content, the world’s biggest social media platform is moving away from its current time-thief format and closer to a platform that will let users have “more meaningful social interactions”.
Here at Shoo, we love nothing more than working with businesses to create an effective social media strategy that is beneficial to their offering.
We don’t need to tell you that it pays to be connected but have you educated your employees in the importance of getting their face (and your business) in front of people?
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