In the wake of Twitter’s IPO earlier this month, Twitter has finally launched their self service tool for smaller advertisers. Up until now, most advertisers had been asked to commit in the region of £15k just to run a test on the social network’s ad platform – now they can do it with change from a fiver. So here’s a quick guide on what you can do, why you should do it and how to get started.
This roundup post is so jammed full of social media sweetness they’ve actually had to increase the length of February this year so you can fit it all in. You say it’s an additional day accumulated due to the astronomical calendar not quite fitting in with Gregorian calendar? Nonsense!
Pinterest eats the world
Twitter for brands
Facebook now made of shares
Google+: What you should know
Linked to Bing
Gi’s a job
2 years ago
Not sure whether to laugh or cry at this one: LINK: How to Access the Internet (A Guide from 2025) . Perhaps the most pertinent bit to us being the following:
As you may know, product placement and paid product mentions in videos and text replaced all other forms of advertisement. [...]
3 years ago
An article in AdAge is suggesting that Apple are going to charge a flat fee for their forthcoming mobile advertising platform, iAd, announced last month.
The figures being proposed are a combined $10 per thousand impressions (CPM) in addition to $2 per click! This two bites of the cherry approach and the [...]
4 years ago
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