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From Power Editor to Ad Engine: An eCommerce Case Study

Running social media campaigns in-house allows advertisers to control customer data and gain granular insight into budget investments. Facebook’s Power Editor is an excellent tool for introducing the fundamentals of targeting, getting marketers thinking about creative combinations, and teaching how bid types affect campaign performance. Campaign managers comfortable with the basics of launching and optimizing ads on Facebook may be ready to use a Preferred Marketing Developer (PMD) like Nanigans. With advanced ad automation software such as Ad Engine at […]

Measure All Your Facebook Ad Campaign Data In One Place

Getting multiple data sources to play nicely is a challenge that nearly all marketers face on a daily basis. According to eConsultancy, an independent research and media company, 72% of marketers recently surveyed found that data fragmentation was an obstacle to achieving a single customer view. Whether it’s evaluating web analytics data in Excel, or trying to compare campaign data across platforms, there has never been one easy way to combine and analyze all of your data – until now. […]

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 […]