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Optimized Bidding: Tips For Turning Around Low-Volume Ad Spend

A big question for many digital marketers is what event to optimize bids towards on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Most advertisers just choose the most important metric to them, whether it is subscribe, purchase, or register. Unfortunately, many social platforms heavily depend on data from that specified event’s activity within the last 24 hours. If that event isn’t getting a lot of activity, advertising volume may suffer. Most online marketers share a common goal: to scale spend while maintaining campaign […]

Facebook Advertising Bid Type Guide [Slideshare]

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by Facebook advertising. After all, it’s no simple task to decipher numerous bid type acronyms and determine which is the best for reaching your ideal segment of Facebook users, all while competing against millions of other advertisers. That’s why we created the following Slideshare to help you determine which bid type is the best to help you reach your goals: The Ultimate Marketer’s Guide To Bid Types For Facebook Advertising from Nanigans Facebook Stats For […]

Top 5 Mobile Resources of 2014

This year has been quite a ride for online advertisers. Through new iPhones and operating systems to the Facebook Audience Network and the newest eCommerce ad unit, the meteoric rise in mobile device usage shows no sign of hitting a ceiling anytime soon. A large part of this popularity can be attributed to savvy app development and marketing. As you can see from the Business Insider chart below, apps are now consuming 86% of consumers’ time, with gaming and Facebook […]

Facebook Advertising Basics: User Acquisition [SlideShare]

Last week, Nanigans eCommerce Business Lead Carly Rogers gave a presentation at the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship. The audience was comprised of students beginning to pitch their fledgling startups to customers, so her talk focused on the basic tenets of real-time bidding via social media marketing: Although Carly’s slideshow was meant for advertising beginners, it lays the foundations for more complex marketing initiatives and serves as a reminder that user acquisition campaigns can also be used as a […]

Facebook Bid Types: Maximizing Effective Reach

When my grandfather retired, he took a part-time job driving cars to an auto auction on behalf of a local used car dealer. He’d tell me stories about the process; how they’d bring a car up to the stage and how other dealers and private owners would bid on the vehicle in question. In my head, I imagined that the process was just like I saw it on TV: a fast talking auctioneer, lots of commotion, and a loud “SOLD!”, […]