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Sunday, June 16, 2024

Facebook May Leave Europe Over Data-Sharing Regulations [Video]

IgniteVisibility has published a new video ‘Facebook May Leave Europe Over Data-Sharing Regulations’ on YouTube. The IgniteVisibility team says, “The digital marketing news this week! Big news, don’t miss the updates this week. This week: Google opens Ads API to everybody, Facebook might pull out of Europe, and Pinterest has its own version of Stories. Here’s what happened this week in digital marketing. 1. Google now supports ecommerce structured data markup 2. Facebook gets rid of 20% text rule in images! Now they can serve more ads make more $$ 3. Google ads video... [...]

Facebook Testing ‘Suggested Time’ Feature

Andrew Hutchinson of Social Media Today has reported that Facebook is testing ‘Suggested Time’ feature to allow its users schedule their posts on the social network. Hutchinson says, “This is interesting – Facebook is reportedly testing a new ‘Suggested’ option within its post scheduling options for Pages which would enable Page admins to reach their audiences when they’re most active on the platform. As you can see in this image, posted by Facebook Page admin @GIFChaseH (and shared by social media expert Matt Navarra), the new scheduling screen includes... [...]

Improvements to Rights Manager Brings Good News for FB Video Creators

Xiaoyin Qu, Product Manager at Facebook has announced some importanct improvements to the Rights Manager. These improvements enable Facebook video creators to control their video content on the social network. Now they can monitor, review and block their videos when it is published by someone without their permission, they can claim earnings, Qu says, “We launched Rights Manager a year ago to help rights owners manage and protect their video content at scale. Since then we’ve listened to feedback from our partners as we’ve continued to improve the tool, and we’ve consistently heard... [...]

‘Facebook pixel’ now features action tracking and page data

‘Facebook Pixel’, a piece of code that enables Facebook advertisers to measure, optimize and build audiences for their ad campaigns, has received an upgrade. According to Faceboook, with the new update, ‘Facebook Pixel’ allows advertisers to measure the results of the ads and enhances the relevence of the ads. The Facebook team says, “The Facebook pixel will start sending more contextual information from your website to better understand and categorize the actions that people take on your site to optimize for ads delivery. The additional information sent through... [...]

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