Twitter has introduced new tools for what it calls “objective-based campaigns”, offering four new ways in which advertisers can buy ads on the social media platform. Previously, ad buyers worked on a cost-per-engagement model, paying for promoted tweets only when users interacted with them – a click, reply, retweet or ‘favorite’.
Now, advertisers can opt to pay on engagements to capture new followers, conversions to an external website, app installs or user email addresses. The new model is intended to net more ad dollars for Twitter and expand on its young product offering. Under Twitter’s updated campaign tools, advertisers can continue to buy on an engagement basis.
They can toss a paid ad into multiple measurement buckets as well, but Twitter’s sales team will push them to select one metric per campaign, a person close to the company says. Twitter posted a strong second quarter this year, reporting $277 million in ad revenues.
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Experticity, the world’s largest community of influential category experts have released a new study that sheds new light on the importance of micro-influencers on the average consumer. The study was conducted with online interviews of more than 6,000 individuals from the United States drawn from Experticity’s micro-influencer network and the general population. In addition, more […]
Market research companies eMarketer and Global Web Index have collaborated together to release the 10th edition of the global media intelligence report. The report is a detailed compilation of data and insights about internet users’ traditional and digital media usage in 42 key markets worldwide. Communicate will be highlighting the key trends that are shaping the […]
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