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Why All Marketing is Now Mobile Marketing

Programmatic. Viewability. Omnichannel. Big data. The advertising industry loves buzzwords. Buzzwords capture what’s trending in the minds of digital marketers and offer a common language for conversations around the next big thing. “Mobile” has been a buzzword for ages, always touted as the next revolution in advertising. But it’s 2015, and it’s official: the mobile majority isn’t coming; it’s already here. For years, as smartphones and tablet growth has exploded across the globe, the importance of considering mobile as part […]

Cross-Device Tracking For a Multi-Touch World

We may be living in a mobile-first marketing world, but the customer journey is by no means limited to portable devices. Just because a user clicked on your mobile ad from their phone or tablet doesn’t mean they also won’t monetize on their desktop, or offline. Fortunately, Nanigans can track across devices to help paint a clearer picture of user activity and lifetime value. User-level tracking Nanigans tracking works on a user level, rather than ad level basis. This means […]

Multi-Product Ads: 1 Unit, 3 Chances to Convert Customers

The Multi-Product Ad Unit (MPA) is a new way to acquire customers or retarget existing ones. From within a single ad unit, advertisers can showcase a carousel of products or images to help encourage increased conversion events. Served in the News Feed, this unit features three products, each with its own image, name, description and link, providing  3x more opportunities to engage and convert a user. What is a Multi-Product Ad? The Multi-Product Ad is an ad unit that features […]

Website Custom Audiences Enable Online Retailer to Achieve 3% CTR [Case Study]

Ad automation software can bring wonderful advantages to in-house marketers; time savings, scaling capabilities and easy analysis of data, both high-level and in-depth, are just the beginning. As a campaign strategy, Website Custom Audiences unite all three of these benefits. With WCAs, you only need to sync customer behavior on your site with your Facebook account once; the data will continue to feed as you receive new visitors. You don’t need to stop there, either — once your best customers […]

Facebook Mobile vs. Desktop

Marketers make a lot of choices on a daily basis, and the information they act on changes frequently. In an effort to keep the advertising industry straight, we’re launching a new series of blog posts, affectionately titled “Versus.” Here we will discuss two sides of Facebook advertising, and how each can help your brand. More than half of Facebook users visit the social network every day. Since we’re talking about 1 billion users, that’s a huge number. When you consider […]