Almost 6% more marketers will run a video ad campaign on the social networking site, according to Mixpo.
Demand drove up prices markedly. Facebook's CPM went from 46 cents in Q1 to $1.54 in Q3, says a Social.com study.
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Social media ad revenues are growing at a 24% clip and will reach $8.4 billion by the end of this year, a report says.
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RadiumOne's PhotoEffects allows brands like popchips to integrate themselves into visual narratives.
Couples Resorts' integrated digital strategies gives the hotel chain the confidence to know what's working, what's not working, and the ability to make on-the-fly adjustments to correct any marketing missteps.
The marketing strategy behind Pajama Jeans—which includes DRTV spots, celebrity endorsements, social media, and content marketing—is emblematic of the way the company surges forward in a multichannel world.
Auto and home insurance provider Liberty Mutual will debut its "Humans" integrated marketing campaign July 28 across the United States with the advent of the Summer Olympic Games.
Facebook will allow marketers to choose whether Sponsored Stories will appear on fans' desktop News Feeds, mobile News Feeds, within the sidebar, or in any combination of the three.
Facebook shares began trading at more than $42, raising enough to make it one of the largest tech IPOs in history.
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