We all know that Google AdWords has Quality Score as one of their main ‘tools’ for checking the quality of ads served to their users. By checking keywords and landing pages triggered by selected keywords, Google evaluates ads from 1 to 10 and the higher the score is, the better the ad is. Logical. This is actually checking the quality of user experience because if user really got what he wanted when he clicked the ad, than this ad is successful and relevant. And good. And has higher ad position and costs less. Easy.
And now Facebook marketers will get something like this called “Relevance Score”. Again because Facebook’s main intention (as usual for everything they update) is to improve ads quality. Facebook is also using algorithms to calculate ads value and depending on these results they serve best ads and set right prices. The same logic as Google – the better the ad is its price is lower and it has higher relevancy resulting in better positioning. Continue reading
1. Facebook new video features for fan pages are coming soon
Way back to 2013, Facebook started testing and experimenting with new video features for fan pages and all options and advantages which can come out from this valuable media. Or, as they called it in one of their official blog posts from Facebook for Business: “richer storytelling format for advertisers.”
Really brilliant definition what videos can actually become if used smartly. In marketing purposes. Facebook started testing easier ways to watch videos in News Feed way back in September 2013. And all this, of course, was done with one main intention they always like to stress somehow (sometimes even directly – they just want to improve the quality of UX and provide the best quality service to all – business and ordinary users). And this is, of course, more than OK. Especially if this platform has more than a billion users.
Not to make this intro too long, Facebook started working on richer storytelling format for advertisers. And they officially announced it and explained it in details in December 2013. Continue reading