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Creative Testing: What It Is And Why Digital Advertisers Need It

When you’re advertising on Facebook, Instagram or other social networks, you want to ensure that you’re putting your money behind the best possible ads in your arsenal. After all, why pay to push out creative and copy combinations that fail to convert, compel clicks or capture the attention of your target audience? That’s why social advertisers need to run creative tests — so they’re not blowing budget on underperforming ads. What is a creative test? Creative testing is a way to […]

4 Brands Using Color For Eye-Popping Facebook Ads

Note: The brands featured herein are meant to serve as compelling examples, and are not Nanigans customers unless expressly noted. This post originally ran on Social Media Today. When it comes to crafting ads for Facebook, sometimes color speaks louder than words. Color is one of the first things that audiences notice as they scroll through their Facebook newsfeeds, so advertisers who can skillfully use color in their ads will attract more views, clicks and conversions. As we already explored […]

7 Best Practices For Programmatic Advertising In 2016

How quickly marketers adapt to changes in the digital marketplace can make or break their 2016 programmatic advertising performance. Because a few small tweaks to your strategy can have a big impact on your bottom line, we’ve lined up a series of suggestions on where to focus in the coming year. 1. Focus On Mobile Traditionally used to peruse products before purchasing on desktop, mobile devices are coming into their own as buying tools. According to eMarketer, this year 73.9% […]

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How To: Turn A Low-Performing Digital Ad Campaign Around

Face it: not every social media ad campaign will be a runaway success. But just because marketers aren’t rolling in revenue every time they run an ad doesn’t mean they aren’t getting value from the experience. In fact, smart marketers often use results from less-than-stellar campaigns to optimize future iterations. So if your ad campaign is a flop, focus on the following: 1. Refine Your Targeting When an ad isn’t generating clicks, the creative components may not be at fault; […]

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3 Ways Mobile Game Marketers Can Monetize With Facebook Custom Audiences

Mobile game marketers who are advertising on Facebook have a powerful tool at their disposal: Custom Audiences. This targeting option, combined with a mobile SDK, can help game companies achieve many game goals like re-engaging lapsed users, increasing in-app purchases and acquiring new users with the greatest lifetime value (LTV). Here’s how Facebook’s Custom Audiences can make a big difference in mobile game rankings and revenue: 1. Lapsed User Reactivation Just because a user hasn’t played your game in a […]